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About Feature Configuration

The filtering process involves features that are related to rule sets. For example, the Anti-Malware for GAM feature is related to the Anti-Malware rule set. In addition to configuring a rule set, you can configure the related feature to fine-tune the settings that are used in the filtering process.

A collection of settings that is configured for a feature is also referred to as configuration.

You can configure features on the Feature Config page of the user interface.

Features that come with default settings

These features come with default settings. You cannot edit or delete these settings, but you can copy (clone) them, provide a name for the new settings, and edit them.

  • Anti-Malware for GAM (feature)| Default Gateway Anti-Malware (default settings)

  • Certificate Verification (feature)| Default TLS Certificate Chain Setting (default settings)

  • Certificate Verification Options (feature)| Default Certificate Verification (default settings)

  • Composite Opener (feature)| Default Composite Opener (default settings)

  • Data Trickling (feature)| Default Data Trickling Settings (default settings)

  • HTTPS Decryption (feature)| Default Enable Content Inspection s(default settings)

  • Web Filtering (feature)| Default GTI Setting (default settings)

Features that can be configured at once

Some features can be configured at once. You need not copy (clone) any default settings to configure these features.

  • DLP Classification (feature)| DLP Classifications (settings)

  • DLP Dictionaries (feature)| DLP Dictionary (settings)

  • ICAP Server (feature)| ICAP DLP Setting (settings)

  • HTTPS Connection (feature)| Customer CA (settings)

  • Next Hop Proxy (feature)| Next Hop Proxy (settings)

Feature Config page

On the Feature Config page, you can configure features as follows.

  • Create a new collection of settings for a feature  — Select a feature, then click New Configuration and configure new settings.

  • Clone and edit the default settings for a feature — Select the default settings for a feature, then select Clone and Edit from the Actions drop-down list, provide a name for the new settings, and edit them. 

  • Reset settings to their default values — Select the settings you want to reset, then select Reset to Default from the Actions drop-down list.

  • Delete settings — Select the settings you want to delete, then select Delete from the Actions drop-down list.

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