All Assertions Must Evaluate to True Assertion

The "All assertions must evaluate to true" assertion is a folder that organizes and defines the processing conditions for the assertions that it contains and for the overall policy. When assertions are grouped into one of these folders, each successive child assertion is processed until all assertions succeed, yielding a success outcome for the folder. Processing in this assertion folder will stop when the first child assertion fails, yielding a fail outcome for the folder—and possibly the entire policy. 
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The "All assertions must evaluate to true" assertion is a folder that organizes and defines the processing conditions for the assertions that it contains and for the overall policy. When assertions are grouped into one of these folders, each successive child assertion is processed until all assertions succeed, yielding a success outcome for the folder. Processing in this assertion folder will stop when the first child assertion fails, yielding a fail outcome for the folder—and possibly the entire policy. 
The "All assertions must evaluate to true" assertion will always succeed if there are no child assertions contained within it, or if all the child assertions have been disabled.
Using the Assertion
  1. Do one of the following:
    • To add the assertion to the policy development window, see Add an Assertion. You can also right-click anywhere in the policy development window and then select Add 'All' Folder. This creates an assertion folder in the policy window.
    • To change the configuration of an existing assertion, proceed to step 2 below
  2. Populate the folder with child assertions using any of the following methods:
    • Add an assertion by dragging and dropping if from policy window or the [
      Assertions
      ] tab.
    • Remove an assertion by dragging and dropping it back into the policy window or by deleting the assertion.
  3. Repeat to add additional assertion folders, if necessary.