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Help understanding application dependency tree

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Hello all!   I am trying to find more information about the attached image - 

specifically when selecting an application in the process of creating a security policy, some applications appear to have dependency trees (shown) 

In this example of SNMP, 

SNMP is shown with several apps that appear to fall under it
-snmp-base
-snmp v1 v2 and v3

Does this mean, that by selecting the top level "SNMP"  that SNMP-base, v1-v3 would also be included, or rather that apps falling under that categorization will be accepted if the top level SNMP is chosen but not say SNMP-base?

I've googled around but I'm not sure how exactly to phrase my query that I'm getting more relevant results.

Thank you!


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L0 Member

It does mean, that by selecting the top level snmp ( which is a container ) apps under it would be included: snmp-base, v1, v2, v3

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It does mean, that by selecting the top level snmp ( which is a container ) apps under it would be included: snmp-base, v1, v2, v3

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Thank you very much for the explanation, really appreciate your time. 

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