AnsweredHot!move the policy id to first column

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2020/09/23 19:27:54 (permalink)
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move the policy id to first column

Hi, guys,
 
Just would like to know if any way to move the policy ID to the first left column ( or to the top order ), in order for the easy view/administration of policy by order (for all administrators), as the attached.
 
 
 
Thanks so much in advance.

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Re: move the policy id to first column 2020/09/23 20:43:23 (permalink)
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What version are you running? I've never seen like that so far. With my experiences, ID has been always the first column after they got rid of "Sequence Number".
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Re: move the policy id to first column 2020/09/23 23:40:25 (permalink)
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activate ID and Apply.
Pick the ID Column header and move it to the right position.

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Re: move the policy id to first column 2020/09/24 00:40:21 (permalink)
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After you checkmark the ID field from the dropdown in your screenshot, you have to physically drag that column to spot you want. Click and drag the column header with the name and it should work.
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Re: move the policy id to first column 2020/09/24 03:17:44 (permalink)
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This looks like a FOS v6.0.x version. Yes, sequence number is gone, noone is weeping.
@OP, the trick is to click and drag the header field "ID" when there is no menu open, and slide that around. Usually, the "ID" field is the leftmost column anyway.
Have a look at all the other fancy columns as well, like "Last Used", "Hit count", "nTurbo" etc. Usually, I discard the "Schedule" column as I don't used that much.

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Re: move the policy id to first column 2020/09/24 19:06:44 (permalink)
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Hi, Guys,
 
Thanks so much for your inputs.
 
As the administrator, I can drag and drop the "Policy ID" column to the leftmost column for myself ( if I activate the policy ID).
 
I would like to know if there is configuration for all administrators ( not for individual administrator ).
 
I am using the latest FortiOS V6.4.2.
 
 
Thanks a lot
 
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Re: move the policy id to first column 2020/09/25 02:53:10 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby BensonLEI 2020/10/14 19:33:07
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No, there is no 'static' way to configure all of the GUI settings. Some are stored in cookies which makes them 1- specific for a user and 2- specific for a host. Open the same FGT on 2 different hosts and you'll see what I mean.
Then again, some settings are stored in the config, in the 'conf sys global' and 'conf sys setting' sections...like which features to display. But unfortunately, column visibility is not one of them.

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