Static group, that has 2 dynamic groups as members, used in decryption policy?

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Static group, that has 2 dynamic groups as members, used in decryption policy?

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I have a static group with 2 dynamic groups as its members, that is in turn used as the source object in a no-decrypt rule. I have discovered that this does not work; decrypt still happens. However If I use the dynamic groups directly as sources in the no-decrypt rule it works as expected. This same static group DOES work fine in the security policy, as a source for an outbound SSH rule.

 

Is this expected behavior perhaps?

We're on v9.0.9. Thanks!

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

Not sure if its expected behavior. However in the past I have stayed away from nested groups as it has caused me many issues especially with Active Directory as well as other products.

 

Regards,

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