Netskope Private Access User Guide

Steer Traffic for Private Apps

To steer traffic for private apps, you can add users or create a steering configuration that specifies an Organizational Unit (OU) or User Group.

OUs or User Groups are specified in the Real-time Protection policy that grants access to private apps. To add users individually, refer to Add Users.

If you do not already have a steering configuration that specifies the Organization Unit (OU) or User Group you want to steer to a private apps, follow these steps.

If you already have such a steering configuration, you can simply enable private apps for that steering configuration. For more details, refer to Change Steering Configurations to Include Private Apps.

  1. Go to Settings > Security Cloud Platform > Steering Configuration and click Create a New Configuration.

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  2. In the New Configuration dialog box, enter and select the following settings:

    • Configuration Name: Enter a meaningful name for this steering configuration.

    • Applies To: Choose either an OU or User Group. The dropdown/search field allows you to select and search for an OU or User Group.

    • Traffic: Select Cloud Apps Only or All Web Traffic.

    • Status: Change to Enabled.

    • Private Apps: Change to Steer All Private Apps.

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  3. Click Save.

To update a steering configuration for private apps, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings > Security Cloud Platform > Steering Configuration. Complete the following steps for each steering configuration that you want to steer to private apps. There are two methods:

    • If you have just one Default steering configuration, you can use the Edit button in the top right corner.

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    • If you have multiple steering configurations, click the MenuIcon.png icon on the right side of each configuration and select Edit Configuration.

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  2. For Private Apps, change to Steer All Private Apps.

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  3. Click Done.