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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Firewall Users Monitor

The Firewall Users monitor displays all firewall users currently logged in. You can use the monitor to diagnose user-related logons, or to highlight and deauthenticate a user.

To view the firewall monitor in the CLI:
  1. Go to Dashboard > Users & Devices.
  2. Hover over the Firewall Users widget, and click Expand to Full Screen.
  3. To show FSSO Logons, click Show all FSSO Logons.
Tooltip

To filter or configure a column in the table, hover over the column heading, and click Filter/Configure Column.

To deauthenticate a user:
  1. (Optional) Use the Search field to search for a specific user.
  2. In the toolbar, click Deauthenticate, or right-click the user, and click Deauthnticate. The Confirm window opens.
  3. Click OK.
To view firewall users in the CLI:

# diag firewall auth list

Firewall Users Monitor

The Firewall Users monitor displays all firewall users currently logged in. You can use the monitor to diagnose user-related logons, or to highlight and deauthenticate a user.

To view the firewall monitor in the CLI:
  1. Go to Dashboard > Users & Devices.
  2. Hover over the Firewall Users widget, and click Expand to Full Screen.
  3. To show FSSO Logons, click Show all FSSO Logons.
Tooltip

To filter or configure a column in the table, hover over the column heading, and click Filter/Configure Column.

To deauthenticate a user:
  1. (Optional) Use the Search field to search for a specific user.
  2. In the toolbar, click Deauthenticate, or right-click the user, and click Deauthnticate. The Confirm window opens.
  3. Click OK.
To view firewall users in the CLI:

# diag firewall auth list