Hello I have a doubt about applications:
If I search in my palo alto object>applications search: youtube I obtain next output
I can add to a policy rule youtube but when I open I found that
don't have dependency, and implicitly application uses.
I s correct to add youtube in a rule and not some child?
If is correct to do it, this is equal to add all child of youtube?
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Adding all the childs is pretty much the same as adding the parent app.
The childs just offer more granular control of what you would like to block/allow exactly (posting comments or uploading video content for example).
thank you for your answer, but I'm still confusing with this:
If adding the parent is the same to add all child, I will have dependences of the applications that child has? I mean, for example:
youtube base- has dependence with google-base as you can see, but in youtube parent there isn't dependences.
It doesn't list the dependencies because the 'youtube' app-id is essentially just there to map all the child applications. If you use it in a policy and attempt to validate it will throw errors during the validation process that you aren't allowing all the dependencies.
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