Applies To:Show Versions
- 15.1.8, 15.1.7, 15.1.6, 15.1.5, 15.1.4, 15.1.3, 15.1.2, 15.1.1, 15.1.0
Visual policy editor conventions
Initial access policy and initial per-request policy
When an access profile is created, usually an initial access policy is also created. A per-request policy starts with similar initial elements.
Every access policy and per-request policy contains a start.
A branch connects an action to another action or to an ending.
Add an action
Clicking this icon causes a screen to open with available actions for selection.
Clicking the name of an action, such as
Logon Page, opens a screen with properties and rules for the action. Clicking the
xdeletes the action from the access policy.
Action that requires some configuration
The red asterisk indicates that some properties must be configured. Clicking the name opens a screen with properties for the action.
Each branch has an ending. An access policy includes
Denyendings. A per-request policy includes
Clicking the name of an ending opens a popup screen.
Add a macro for use in the access policy
Opens a screen for macro template selection. After addition, the macro is available for configuration and for use as an action item.
Macro added for use
Added macros display under the access policy. Clicking the plus (
+) sign expands the macro for configuration of the actions in it.
Macrocall in an access policy
Clicking the macrocall name expands the macro in the area below the access policy.
Apply Access Policy
Clicking it commits changes. The visual policy editor displays this link when any changes remain uncommitted.