Can multiple security policies reference the same profile

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Yes. Security policies that reference the same profile do not affect one another.

Other related questions:
Whether a parent policy and its sub-policy can reference the same traffic profile on the USG6000 series
A parent policy and its sub-policy cannot reference the same traffic profile.

What is the relationship between the actions defined in a security policy and a profile
If a flow matches a security policy, the device performs the defined action of the policy on the flow. -If the action is Block, the device blocks the flow. -If the action is Permit, the device matches the flow with the profiles referenced by the security policy. If no match is found, the device permits the flow. If the flow matches one or more security profiles, the device will perform the following actions: If the action of one of these profiles is Block, the device blocks the flow. If the actions of these profiles are Alert, the device permits the flow and records a log.

What is the relationship between the applications defined in a security policy and a profile
They are not related. The application defined in a security policy is the condition for the traffic to match the policy, whereas the application defined in a profile is the condition for the traffic to match the profile. The FW compares the traffic attributes with the defined application when the traffic matches a security policy or profile.

Can multiple conferences be held on the same MCU at the same time?
You can concurrently initiate multiple conferences on an MCU as long as the MCU has sufficient resources. The number of conferences held on an MCU is determined by MCU resources. There is no parameter limiting the number of concurrent conferences on an MCU.

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