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About the Organization Page

To access this page, click Administration > Organizations.

An organization account helps you to add devices, subscribe your devices, and start managing the devices. An administrator, operator, or user with read-only access of organization can create multiple organization accounts in Juniper Security Director Cloud. Having multiple organization accounts can help you to segregate large groups into smaller, more manageable groups and control administrative access. For example, you can have different organization accounts based on location or business units. When an organization is not functional or no longer required due to business situation, you can delete an organization account. Deleting an organization account will remove the entire organization including its devices, user accounts, reports, and logs.

Tasks You Can Perform

Field Descriptions

Table 1 displays the fields on the Organization page.

Table 1: Fields on the Organization Page

Field

Description

Details

Organization account name

The name of the organization.

Organization ID

Auto-generated universally unique identifier (UUID) for an organization. This unique ID is used to identify organizations that have identical name.

Settings

Auto-import device after device discovery

Enable to automatically import firewall and NAT policies when the device discovery process completes successfully.

This setting is enabled by default.

Update disabled rules to device

Enable to automatically delete rules on the device when the rules are disabled in Juniper Security Directory Cloud.

This setting is disabled by default.

Delete unused address and address groups

Enable to automatically delete addresses and address groups on the devices when they are deleted in Juniper Security Director Cloud.

This setting is enabled by default.

Delete unused services and service groups

Enable to automatically delete services and service groups on the devices when they are deleted in Juniper Security Director Cloud.

This setting is enabled by default.

Hit count

Enable to track the number of times a policy is used based on traffic flow. The hit count is the number of hits since the last reset.

The hit count is especially useful when you are using a large policy set and you want to verify which rules are highly utilized and which ones are rarely used. Specifically, if you see that some of the rules are not being used, you can verify that the rules are not being shadowed by another policy. This helps you manage the device without having to generate traffic manually.

This setting is enabled by default.

Hit count start time

Set the time from when the policy use must be tracked.

The hit count collects the policy use statistics every 24 hours and updates the count to all the policies. The default start time is 0200 hours.

Unnumbered tunnels

Enable to import unnumbered, matching tunnels as Site-to-Site topology. If this setting is disabled, the tunnels are imported as Hub-and-Spoke topology.

This setting is disabled by default.

Automatic Signature Install to Devices

Enable automatic installation of IPS signature, application signature, and URL category to the devices.

This setting is enabled by default.