How To: Restrict some access 24x7 and other by Time or Bandwidth

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How do I Block some categories 24 by 7 and restrict others by bandwith or time during specific hours

Block ‘legal liability’ Web sites containing XXX, Criminal Skills, Extreme & Violent, Gambling, Hate Speech, and Hacking for all users, all day, every day.

For those same users, allow access to Entertainment, Humor, Shopping, and Sports categories before and after normal business hours and during lunch period. Additionally for the same group of users, limit the amount of time or bandwidth for each user for the ‘Entertainment,’ ‘Humor,’ ‘Shopping,’ and ‘Sports.’<p> <p>After starting the bt-WebFilter management console:

Create a Schedule for the ‘Allow’ periods for Sports, etc.

  1. Right-click Schedules in the left navigation tree, select ‘New Schedule’

  2. Click Properties

  3. Hold down the left mouse button dragging to select appropriate time period

  4. Click the Active radio button

  5. Click Apply and OK

Create a Schedule for the ‘Deny’ periods for Sports, etc.

  1. Right-click Schedules in the left navigation tree, select ‘New Schedule’

  2. Click Properties

  3. Hold down the left mouse button dragging to select appropriate time period

  4. Click the Active radio button

  5. Click Apply and OK

Create a Quota for Entertainment, Sports, etc.

  1. Right-click Schedules in the left navigation tree, select ‘New Quota’

  2. Select Daily, Weekly or Monthly

  3. Select Strict (block after quota is reached); Lite (report only after quota reached)

  4. Input Bandwidth (KB) limit and/or Time limit

  5. Click Apply and OK

Apply the ‘allow’ policy to Users.

  1. Under the domain, right-click ‘Domain Users’ in the left navigation tree

  2. Select properties

  3. Click Allow tab

  4. Click Add

  5. In the new popup window, click Details

  6. Check boxes for Entertainment, Humor, Shopping, and Sports

  7. Click Schedule tab, from the drop down list, select the new ‘allow’ schedule created in step 1

  8. Click Quota tab, from the drop down list; select the new Quota created in step 3

  9. Click Apply and OK

Apply the ‘deny’ policy to Users.

  1. Click Deny tab

  2. Click Add

  3. In the new popup window, click Details

  4. Check boxes for Entertainment, Humor, Shopping, and Sports

  5. Click Schedule tab and from the drop down list, select the new ‘deny’ schedule created in step 2

  6. Check boxes for Sex, Criminal Skills, Extreme and Violent, Gambling, Hate Speech, Hacking

  7. Click Schedule tab, from the drop down list, select ‘24 x 7′

  8. Click Apply and OK

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