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Scenario: You want to create different rule sets for different users. (AD users or via IP addresses)
Example: Allow teachers to go to youtube and block students from youtube.
Solution: To create different policies, you will need to use our policy manager. If you want to create different policies and also use Active Directory info instead of IP addresses, you will also need the Directory Connector.
Steps on creating the rack and policies.
1) First you will need to create a new rack. To create a new rack, you will need to go into the policy manager. Within the policy manager, there are three tabs.
To create a new rack, go to the "Policies" tab and create a new rack.
In this screenshot, I am creating a new rack called "Teacher".
2) Creating a policy.
After creating the new rack, you will need to create the rule telling which users or IP address(s) going to which rack. Click the rules tab, and create a new rule. If you are creating a rule based on IP address(s), you will need to use the source address condition.
In this screenshot, I am creating a rule with IP address range. 192.168.10.10-192.168.10.20
If you are creating a policy via the Directory Connector, you will need to use the AD username or group condition. Please check out this screenshot.
*If you want to create the policy based on time and day, you will need to add that condition in the rules*
**Another tip, make the default rack your most restrictive. This way, any new PCs, tablets, and etc. will go to that default rack. It forces the users to be authenticated or be on the special IPs to go to the other rack.**