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How can I disable policy coverage


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Asset Management Solution ProxySG Software - SGOS


The feature known as "Policy Coverage" allows the administrator to report on the rules and objects that match user requests processed through the ProxySG's current policy.

For more details on using this feature please refer to How can I find which policy rules are being used? and the “Troubleshooting” chapter in the Content Policy Language Guide

By default this feature is enabled and could not be disabled

As of SGOS the administrator now has the option of disabling this feature via the CLI



login to the proxy via the CLI and issue the following commands

config t
policy no coverage

if at some later stage you wish to enable this feature repeat the steps above replacing the final command with

policy coverage