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    Default Adding AD User groups to Untangle?

    Is it possible to use AD User Groups in Untangle to create policies? I only see USERS and not groups...

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    Active Directoriy?

    If so, then I think you meed the professional version for this...

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    I have the professional version of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juank View Post
    Is it possible to use AD User Groups in Untangle to create policies? I only see USERS and not groups...

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    Nope, just Users.

    Are you looking at 'OUs' or actual System groups (Such as Power Users, Domain Users, etc and such).

    Difference between OUs (which is what we're retrieving the master OU list for the name list) and System Policy groups is how they are stored and how often a person can show up in a group.

    OUs, a name can only be found in one OU, where System Policy Groups (for Group Policies) a name can be in many groups.

    This opens a can of design worms. Not limited to how to handle collisions, updating, changes...etc

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    What I want to do is to create a rack for the student workers to manage their internet browsing (we only allow them to do it at break times), but right now it looks like the only way to do it is using the IP range of some of the student worker's workstations in the student lab.

    I'd like to block/filter based on a AD group containing all the student workers accounts.

    So... I guess it's not possible, right? maybe a future request or a simple tweak (for now) to also list the GROUPS and not just the users?

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