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Editing, Cloning, and Deleting Content Filtering Profiles

You can edit, clone, and delete content filtering profiles from the Content Filtering Profiles page. This topic has the following sections:

Editing Content Filtering Profiles

Procedure

To modify the parameters configured for a content filtering profile:

Note You cannot modify the default profiles already present in the system.

  1. Select Configuration > Unified Threat Mgmt > Content Filtering Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The Content Filtering Profiles page appears, displaying the existing content filtering profiles.

  2. Select the content filtering profile that you want to edit and click the edit icon (pencil). Alternatively, right-click a profile and select Edit Profile.

    The Edit Content Filtering Profiles page appears, displaying the same fields that are presented when you create a content filtering profile.

  3. Modify the content filtering profile fields as needed.
  4. Click OK to save your changes.

    You are taken to the Content Filtering Profiles page. A confirmation message appears, indicating the status of the edit operation.

Cloning Content Filtering Profiles

Cloning enables you to easily create a new content filtering profile based on an existing one.

Procedure

To clone a content filtering profile:

  1. Select Configuration > Unified Threat Mgmt > Content Filtering Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The Content Filtering Profiles page appears, displaying the existing content filtering profiles.

  2. Select the content filtering profile that you want to clone and then select More > Clone. Alternatively, right-click a profile and select Clone.

    The Clone Content Filtering Profiles page appears, displaying the same fields that are presented when you create a content filtering profile.

  3. Modify the content filtering profile fields as needed.
  4. Click OK to save your changes.

    You are taken to the Content Filtering Profiles page. A confirmation message appears, indicating the status of the clone operation.

Deleting Content Filtering Profiles

Before deleting a content filtering profile, ensure that the profile is not used in a UTM profile that is, in turn, used in a firewall policy intent. If you try to delete a content filtering profile that is used in a firewall policy intent, an error message is displayed.

Procedure

To delete one or more content filtering profiles:

  1. Select Configuration > Unified Threat Mgmt > Content Filtering Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The Content Filtering Profiles page appears, displaying the existing content filtering profiles.

  2. Select one or more content filtering profiles that you want to delete and click the delete icon (X). Alternatively, right-click a profile and select Delete Profile.

    An alert message appears, asking you to confirm the delete operation.

  3. Click Yes to delete the selected content filtering profiles.

    A confirmation message appears, indicating the status of the delete operation.

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