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> HTTPS Decryption > Policies
This screen shows all HTTPS decryption policies on the system—enabled
as well as disabled. Click Add
to create a new policy, or click a policy name to edit an existing one.
HTTPS Decryption—Globally controls the enabled status of all policies;
overrides the status of an individual policy. (Click Save
after enabling or disabling HTTPS decryption.)
the Add Policy wizard that will take you through the steps to define a
Name—Click a name to edit the settings.
the order of precedents — if two conflicting policies overlap in their
scope, the policy with the higher priority (closer to 1) will be applied
and the other ignored. MORE>>
IWSVA Scan Policy
first evaluates a given Web request by finding out to which group, if
any, the requesting client is a member, and then evaluates which policy
or policies are in effect for that group.
If the client is affected
by more than one policy, the policy with the highest priority is applied.
Note: The HTTPS
Decryption Global Policy is the default policy. It automatically
applies to all users, but also always takes the lowest priority. Any policy
with a higher priority in the list will take precedence.
Policies—Click this button after
creating or modifying a policy to have it immediately take effect.
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