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You may want to allow users to browse the internet during lunch breaks or after hours, but restrict them to permitted sites during work hours. Because WinGate uses the most permissive policy you would create your restrictions, then add a more permi...
When your users connect through the WWW proxy service, whether by a Transparently Proxied NAT/WGIC connection, or a direct proxy connection, you have the ability to apply polices to them. To apply a policy by Username you must have some form of Authent...
One of the most common administration jobs is to monitor Internet usage by users on the LAN, and ensure that they are only using the Internet during certain times. Using WinGate, this can be easily achieved: If your clients are using the WinGate In...
This article takes you through the steps needed to restrict your LAN clients' internet browsing to sites that you explicitly allow. To do this: Open Gatekeeper on the WinGate server. Double click the WWW Proxy Server from the Service tab. Open ...
This article deals with how you can restrict access by clients to certain URL'S when they are connecting through WinGate. Because URL's are somewhat complex in what they can contain, WinGate provides policies to block specific sites and ban access to si...