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    Untangler rcafferky's Avatar
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    Default Kid Friendly search check box

    Hello,

    I have SSL Inspector installed and I checked the box that says "Force searches through kid-friendly search engine".

    It works beautifully, actually. Now my kids are forced to use this if they try a google, yahoo, duckduckgo search etc..

    However, what about the parents? I certainly don't want to use a kid search for work..

    It appears my only option is to add my computer as a "Pass" client, but won't that bypass the entire web filter?

    Is there a way to set a rule where I can set a group of laptops to enforce the kid friendly search? Thanks.

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    Untangle Ninja Jim.Alles's Avatar
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    The way to do that is Policy Manager

    Then you can have multiple instances of webfilter.
    https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Policy_Manager

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    Untangler rcafferky's Avatar
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    Thank you! @jim.Alles Appreciate your response. Sounds like I may have to upgrade my license to use that as I have the home version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcafferky View Post
    Sounds like I may have to upgrade my license to use that as I have the home version.
    Policy Manager should be included with your HomePro license. It probably does have to be installed.

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    Untangler rcafferky's Avatar
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    Thanks Sam! That works, I was able to install it and see that there are no license restrictions. I'll read up on the wiki, as i haven't used policy manager before. Thanks again.
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    Untangle Ninja Jim.Alles's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcafferky View Post
    Thanks Sam! That works, I was able to install it and see that there are no license restrictions. I'll read up on the wiki, as i haven't used policy manager before. Thanks again.
    Either have I. It is time that I did, thanks for motivating me!

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