Am I right in thinking that if I create a new Rack and only add one filter say for example the Web Filter and then set the parent rack as the default rack that any traffic that does not match the child racks filters will just be parsed by the parent racks filters and it's settings?
I had the Default Rack with some Web Filter Config and created a new rack to give internet access before and after work and at lunchtime to a subset of users but I also added alll the filters I had in the default rack and configured them the same but gave the new rack no parent rack (this was set up some time ago when I wasn't quite as familiar with untangle).
I've been looking at how to make better use of the policy manager and have now set the default rack with web access fully blocked for every category as the parent rack and created a second partial access rack with the default rack as parent for indivduals who need access to web during work time but don't need to access holiday sites and shopping sites.
Essentially I've ended up with 4 racks
Default Rack - Fairly Locked down from a filtering perspective
Open Web Access Rack - Directors and Senior Management
Partial Web Access Rack - Managers and Staff who require some web access to do their job.
Out of hours Rack - For individuals who do not need web access to do their job.
If I remove things like spam and ad blocker from the Out Of Hours rack will these users still pick up protection from these filters as configured in their parent rack?
Maybe I've made this overly complicated but would be good to get some idea of if I'm on the right track here.