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The Navigation panel provides links to SecureCloud actions and functions.
The main menu appears in the left panel. Menu items with sub-menus include an arrow icon and, when selected, the sub-menu appears.
The full menu structure:
- Cloud Graph
- Cloud Security Policy
- Tag Manager
- Account Manager
- Asset Grouping
Click on your user icon at the top of the screen and then click on Log out from the window displayed.
The ? help icon is displayed at the top of every screen; click on it to display the Help Menu. Options:
Help center - takes you to the start page of the online help
- API documentation - lists all the SecureCloud API calls available.
- What's new - see the latest changes in SecureCloud
- Take a tour - a brief look at the main functions you need to get started with SecureCloud
- Contact us - links to the Tufin customer portal
While you are working in the SecureCloud application, the data displayed on the screen could become outdated due to external events such as network policy changes or actions of other SecureCloud users such as adding allowed connections. When moving from one screen to another the new screen is always refreshed with the latest data but if you remain on the same screen, these changes are not automatically reflected.
The current page can however be refreshed manually by clicking on the Refresh icon at the top of the screen at any time.
Most tables can be sorted in ascending or descending order by one or more columns. Click on the column header of column to sort by the contents of that column. Click again to reverse the sort order.
Table column can be resized to make reading easier. Hover over a column divider in the header of a table, and drag the column separator bar right or left.
The filtering options vary according to context:
Some screens can be filtered by various criteria, relevant to the screen content. Some filters always appear and cannot be removed. In some places, such as cloud graph and asset graph, filtered items appear in blue.
Click Add a filter
The Add Filter window appears:
Click Key and select the desired property from the list
Click Operator and select the desired operator from the list. The available operators will vary according to context.
Click Value and enter the value or select the value from the list
Some filter keys, such as tags and violations, can have multiple values. When more than one value is specified, the result is an OR relationship between the values. In this example, one of the filters must be true:
Click Filter to proceed
Repeat the steps above to add additional filters if required.
When more than one filter is specified, the result is an AND relationship between filters. In this example, both of the filter conditions must be true for an item to be included in the display.
Edit a filter by clicking on it.
Remove a filter by clicking X on the filter. Some filters are fixed and cannot be removed.
Filters are not retained when leaving the currently displayed screen. They can however be saved by saving the full URL displayed when the filter is applied.
A number of screens display the copy-to-clipboard icon when hovering over a field to allow easy copy/paste of screen information.
Some fields such as assets and security controls can be clicked to drill down and display them in detail and some of these also have the option of right-click giving common browser link options such as opening in a new window or tab.
In the asset panel, which is displayed from a number of places e.g. Cloud Graph, you can click on to open the asset details in a new tab.
Some screens, such as Permissive Access by Asset, have the option of exporting and downloading the information displayed as a CSV file, which can be viewed using Excel and other CSV readers. When available, the CSV icon appears on the screen.
On some screens, clicking a line or an element displays a window with additional details. Examples include effective access for an asset rule and violations for an application. In some cases, a pin icon appears on the window. Toggle the pin icon to switch between displaying the window while overlaying part of the original area (not pinned - ) and displaying it without overlaying the area (pinned - ). When pinned, if other items are selected from the list, the window remains in place and its contents are updated with the appropriate information for the new selected item.