Refer to the exhibit
Examine the FortiGate RSSO configuration shown in the exhibit
FortiGate is configured to receive RADIUS accounting messages on port3 to authenticate RSSO users The users are located behind port3 and the internet link is connected to port1 FortiGate is processing incoming RADIUS accounting messages successfully and RSSO users are getting associated with the RSSO Group user group However all the users are able to access the internet, and the administrator wants to restrict internet access to RSSO users only
Which configuration change should the administrator make to fix the problem?
According to the exhibit, the firewall policy from port3 to port1 has no user group specified, which means that it allows all users to access the internet. Therefore, option B is true because adding RSSO Group to the firewall policy will restrict internet access to RSSO users only. Option A is false because changing the RADIUS Attribute Value setting will not affect the firewall policy, but rather the RSSO user group membership. Option C is false because enabling Security Fabric Connection on port3 will not affect the firewall policy, but rather the communication between FortiGate and other Security Fabric devices. Option D is false because creating a second firewall policy from port3 to port1 will not affect the existing firewall policy, but rather create a redundant or conflicting policy.