First time post.
If you add all the required dependent applications to security policy (e.g. for Skype: msn-base, ssl & web-browsing), does this then allow all of those apps out dependent of if the primary Skype app is being used for that policy?
i.e does it allow msn-base, ssl & web-browsing from the source IP address to the destination address even if Skype isn't the primary Application?
The apps that can function without their dependencies in the security policy, will have the dependencies listed as 'implicitly uses'. The corresponding dependency AppID decoder will be triggered, but the dependency apps do not need to be allowed in the security policy for the intended app to function properly
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