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    Rule Operations on Filtered Rules Overview

    You can perform various rule operations on the filtered list of rules. For example, consider a policy having seven rules such as a, b, c, d, e, f, and g in an order inside a rule group. After filtering, if only second and sixth rules are filtered, that is only rules b and f,

    The following table explains the various rule operations on the filtered rules.

    Rule Operation

    Description

    Alphabetical A-Z

    Group policies are sorted alphabetically in ascending order.

    Alphabetical A-Z

    Group policies are sorted alphabetically in descending order.

    Group Priority (High-Low)

    Group policies are sorted in the order Low, Medium, and High. For the same priorities, the higher precedence number is placed in the top. For example, Low 3 has lower precedence than Low 2.

    Group Priority (Low-High)

    Group policies are sorted in the order Low, Medium, and High. For the same priorities, the higher precedence number is placed in the top. For example, Low 3 has lower precedence than Low 2.

    Created Time

    Policies are listed based on creation time. The policy created first is placed at the top.

    Modified Time

    Last modified policies are placed at the bottom(last).

    Note: You cannot set the precedence value greater than the available precedence values that are assigned to the available priority policies. Based on the priority of the policies, the precedence values are applied.

    Modified: 2016-06-14