Note: This topic applies to the Leeds Release.
By default, Guardian displays a standard block page whenever it blocks a web request by users. You can configure Guardian to display a specific block page when a web request is blocked based on unsuitable or objectionable content, location or time.
To configure a block page policy:
|1.||Go to Guardian > Block page > Policy wizard.|
|2.||Step 1: Who — From the Available users or groups list, select who will see the block page when content is blocked. Click Next to continue.|
|3.||Step 2: What — From the Available categories or category groups list, select what categories or category groups will trigger the content being blocked. Click Next to continue.|
For more information about categories, see Working with Category Group Objects .
|4.||Step 3: Where — From the Available locations list, select where the policy applies. Click Next to continue.|
For information about locations, see Working with Location Objects .
|5.||Step 4: When — From the Available time slots list, select when the policy applies. Click Next to continue.|
For information about time slots, see Working with Time Slot Objects.
|6.||Step 5: When — Select which block page to use.|
For information about the types of block pages you can use, see Managing Block Pages .
|7.||Select Enable policy to enable the policy and click Confirm.|
|8.||Guardian displays the settings you have specified for the policy. Review the settings and then click Save to save the policy and make it available on the manage policies page.|