A feature I would like to see in the future is a check mark to wipe a rule. Example: I have to setup rules that are good for a single time for particular users after which the rules is no longer necessary.
It would be a nice option to be able to have the rule remove itself once the schedule has expired.
While there's no option to actually remove a rule once a schedule expires, you can supply a schedule to a rule. If you make it non-recurring, it will only apply for the date(s) and times you specify.
Objects > Schedules > New. Create one that's non-recurring, and set it for the dates you want.
Now if you apply that schedule to a security rule (Actions column of the security rule, "other settings" section), then it will only apply while that schedule is active.
I like the idea of a rule that actually deletes itself. It would need to be aware of multiple users, commits, Panorama pushes, etc., but the schedule may be what you need for now. You could feasibly add a tag called "temporary" or something, then you can filter by that on your security policies and delete them en masse whenever you get around to it.
Hope this helps,
Thanks for your reply. I use the non-reoccurring schedule option a lot. I tend to forget to go back and remove the rules and schedules figure it might be nice to automate their removal.
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