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About the Application Instances Page

To access this page, select Secure Edge > Security Subscriptions > CASB > Application Instances.

When an organization supports Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, the following are the requirements:

  • You must need access to the SaaS applications using your corporate email IDs. This helps you in accessing all the subscribed application services

  • You must need a unique URL that organization users or external users (for example, third party partners) can use to access data based on permissions. As Dropbox and Google Docs are generic URLs, you do not need a unique URL.

To differentiate between corporate and non-corporate SaaS application instances, administrators need to configure access policies using the instance parameter. Use the Application Instances page to configure the application instance for a CASB profile.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • Create an application instance. See Create an Application Instance.

  • Edit or delete an application instance. See Edit and Delete an Application Instance.

  • Search for an application instance. Click the search icon in the top-right corner of the page. You can enter partial text or full text of the keyword in the text box, and press Enter. The search results are displayed on the same page.

  • Filter rules—Click the filter icon (funnel) and specify one or more filtering criteria. The filtered results are displayed on the same page.

    Note:

    Filtering is applicable only to some fields.

  • Show or hide columns. Click the Show/Hide Columns icon at the top right corner of the page.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the fields on the Application Instances page.

Table 1: Application Instances Fields

Field

Description

Name

Displays the application instance name.

Application Instance ID

Displays the application instance ID.

Domain

Displays the user login domain for the application.

Type

Displays if the cloud application access type is unclassified, work, or personal.

Tag

Displays if the application instance is untagged, sanctioned, or unsanctioned.