What you need is to add the same services to groups and "add service" and as "add destination service". Unfortunately you cant do this, its not a legal config.
The way around this is to use access lists on the CSS, where you can define which traffic will use a group and in which direction.
Be aware that CSS acl's are like IOS acl's in that there is an implicit deny at the end of every list. But unlike IOS, there is also an implicit deny LIST applied to all circuits that dont have a list specifically applied. So you need to create "permit any any" lists for circuits where you dont need the group controls, if any.
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