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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:
  1. Go to Dashboard > Users & Devices.

    If you are using the Comprehensive dashboard template, go to Dashboard > Firewall User Monitor. See .

  2. Hover over the Firewall Users widget, and click Expand to Full Screen.
  3. To show FSSO logons, click Show all FSSO Logons at the top right of the page.
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. Go to Dashboard > Users & Devices.
  2. Hover over the Firewall Users widget, and click Expand to Full Screen.
  3. (Optional) Use the Search field to search for a specific user.
  4. In the toolbar, click Deauthenticate, or right-click the user, and click Deauthenticate. The Confirm dialog is displayed.
  5. Click OK.
To view firewall users in the CLI:
# diagnose 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:
  1. Go to Dashboard > Users & Devices.

    If you are using the Comprehensive dashboard template, go to Dashboard > Firewall User Monitor. See .

  2. Hover over the Firewall Users widget, and click Expand to Full Screen.
  3. To show FSSO logons, click Show all FSSO Logons at the top right of the page.
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. Go to Dashboard > Users & Devices.
  2. Hover over the Firewall Users widget, and click Expand to Full Screen.
  3. (Optional) Use the Search field to search for a specific user.
  4. In the toolbar, click Deauthenticate, or right-click the user, and click Deauthenticate. The Confirm dialog is displayed.
  5. Click OK.
To view firewall users in the CLI:
# diagnose firewall auth list