I am looking to build a particular security policy where *all* web browsing is permitted, including any applications that the session gets transitioned to as a a result of App-ID figuring it out. For example, a session may start out as a "web-browsing" application but then turn into a "google-maps" application as App-ID figures out what the user is trying to do. I would like to permit *anything* that begins it's life as web-browsing...is there a way to do this with Application groups/filters, or do I have to bite the bullet, mark the application in my security policy as "Any", and set the service field of the policy to "service-http" and "service-https"?
My search-fu is not as honed this morning, so I apologize if this has already been answered. Thanks in advance!
Few methods to achieve this have been discussed in the thread added below such as :
Creating an App-Group [( Application Filter for category General-Internet >technology >Characteristic -Widely Used Browser Based ) + (Application -ssl)]
But I think allowing app-any and services- service-http and https would be the best bet.
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