Knowledgebase: WinGate 6
Creating WWW proxy policies
Posted by Adrien de Croy (Import) on 17 May 2006 04:45 PM

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 Authentication so that WinGate can learn the Username. For more information about creating an authentication policy please read this article

There are a number of policies that you can create in the WWW proxy service to control user access to the Internet. Some of the more common policy setups are listed in the following articles:

Restricting client access to Specific URL's and Sites
click here to read the article

Restricting client access to explicitly allowed sites only
click here to read the article

Resticting Access times for clients using WinGate
click here to read the article

Advanced time restriction policy
click here to read the article

If you have any questions about this article please contact Qbik Support.

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