The module configuration menu
This retractable column ( button) is divided into 4 collapsible sections. They will allow you to personalize your interface and configure your modules.
This section only appears when at least one module has been added to the list of favorites. It is closely linked to the “pin” icon: .
When you come across this icon at the top right of each module, select it if you want it to be added to your favorites.
This section is presented as a tree of menus and their modules, replaced with a keyword search bar.
9 sub-menus are available (click on them to expand):
- System (containing 8 modules: Configuration, Administrators, License, Maintenance, Active Update, High availability, Management Center, CLI console)
- Network (containing 7 modules: Interfaces, Virtual interfaces, Routing, Multicast routing, Dynamic DNS, DHCP, DNS cache proxy)
- Objects (containing 3 modules: Network objects, Web objects, Certificates and PKI)
- Users (containing 6 modules: Users, Temporary accounts, Access privileges, Authentication, Enrollment, Directory configuration)
- Security policy (containing 6 modules: Filtering and NAT, URL filtering, SSL filtering, SMTP filtering, Quality of service, Implicit rules)
- Application protection (containing 7 modules: Applications and Protections, Protocols, Inspection profiles, Vulnerability manager, Host reputation, Antivirus, Antispam)
- VPN (containing 4 modules: IPSec VPN, SSL VPN, SSL VPN portal, PPTP server)
- Notifications (containing 7 modules: Logs - Syslog - IPFIX, SNMP agent, E-mail alerts, System events, Block messages, Report configuration, Monitoring configuration)
If certain modules are grayed out, this means that you have not subscribed to the required license and therefore cannot access them.
This can also mean that the connected user does not have the necessary privileges for accessing these menus
The icon allows personalizing the display of your directory:
This provides a partial view of your directory, displaying only the menus.
This provides a full view of your directory, displaying the menus and their modules.