When you add a WebBlocker profile, you select a server to use for WebBlocker. The list of categories you can configure in the WebBlocker configuration depends on which type of server you choose.
On the Servers tab in a WebBlocker
If you configured WebBlocker to use the Websense cloud option, you configure the action for each Websense category or subcategory. Select the check box adjacent to a category to select all subcategories.
The top level categories are more than a summation of the subcategories they contain. Websense can also use the top level categories to classify web sites that fit the description of the category, but do not fit the description of any subcategory.
To block content that matches a category:
For more information about Websense cloud categories, see About WebBlocker Websense Categories.
If you configured WebBlocker to use a WebBlocker Server with SurfControl, you select which SurfControl categories to block.
For more information about SurfControl categories, see About WebBlocker SurfControl Categories.
To make sure users cannot go to web sites that hide their identities to try to avoid WebBlocker, select to block the Proxies & Translators category.
You can configure WebBlocker to send an alarm if a user tries to go to a site and is denied. In the Action to Take section at the bottom of the page, select Alarm if denied. The authenticated user's name is displayed in the alarm text to help you track violations.
To set parameters for the alarms, click the Alarm tab. For information on the fields in this dialog box, see Set Logging and Notification Preferences.
You can define WebBlocker to send a message to the log file if a user tries to go to a site and is denied. In the Action to Take section at the bottom of the page, select Log this action.
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