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SSG140 Web Filtering Questions

SSG140 Web Filtering Questions

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Is it possible to create some sort of group to allow certain access to a different web filter?  I think i can just create another policy with the IP address of their pcs and then put the other web filter on that policy, but what happens if they log onto a different computer?  Any suggestions.

RE: SSG140 Web Filtering Questions

I think juniper provides for a better filter (than the built in) by integrating with one of the big ones - websense or surfcontrol.

http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/software/screenos/screenos6.2.0/ce_v4.pdf

Part of me wonders if it could be done with webauth settings utilizing the group expressions to deny the certain web-filtering profile policies to some users and applying it to others.  I have no idea if it would work but it looks like the best shot if you have a bunch of time you don't need to account for.

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