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Adding groups in Deep Security for Web Apps 2.0

    • Updated:
    • 2 Dec 2013
    • Product/Version:
    • Deep Security for Web Apps 2.0
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Summary
Create and configure different groups of web applications in Deep Security for Web Apps.
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Deep Security for Web Apps enables you to define groups of web applications. For example, if you have separate web applications for different geographical areas, you could group together the web applications for a particular area.
If you have several web applications, you may want to create a group that contains your high-risk, mission-critical apps so that you can monitor them separately. The Platform Scanning, Application Scanning, and Malware Detection pages in the Web App Console all provide the ability to display scan results for groups. The Dashboard page also has widgets that show the number of platform scanning, application scanning, and malware detection vulnerabilities for each group.
Each group of web applications can have a different set of administrators. Web applications can belong to more than one group.
  1. Click the Administration tab. In the column on the left, click Web Applications.
  2. On the Web Applications page, click Add Group.
  3. Under General Settings, enter the Group Name and a Description of the group.
  4. Click Web Applications in Group. The Web Applications not included in Group column lists all of the web applications for which you are an administrator. Use the arrow buttons to move the appropriate web applications into the Web Applications included in Group column. The single arrow buttons move the selected web application. The double arrow buttons move all administrators from one column to the other.
    If you want to add any web applications that are not listed here, you will first need to add them to your account. You can continue with this procedure and then edit the web application later to add the missing administrators.
  5. Click Administrator Access. The Administrators without Profile access column lists all of the administrators associated with your account. The people listed in the Administrators with Profile Access column will be able to make changes to the settings for this group of applications. By default, your email address is included in that list. Use the arrow buttons to move administrators from one column to the other. The single arrow buttons move the selected administrator. The double arrow buttons move all administrators from one column to the other.
    If you want to add any administrators who are not listed here, you will first need to add them to your account. You can continue with this procedure and then edit the group later to add the missing administrators.
  6. Click Add. In the confirmation window that appears, click OK.
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Solution Id:
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