Note: This topic applies to the Hearst Release.
You can define new content modification policies for use to suit your organizations’ requirements.
|1.||Go to Guardian > Content modification > Content modifications.|
|2.||Configure the following parameters:|
|•||Name — The name of the content modification policy.|
|•||Comment — Enter an optional description for this policy.|
To create a custom category for all tenants, leave the Tenant drop-down as All.
Tenants are only available if you have the correct your Smoothwall license type and they have been configured on the System > Administration > Tenants page.
For information about tenants, see About Multi-Tenant Managed Services .
For more information about licensing your Smoothwall, contact your Smoothwall representative.
|•||Request headers to override — Enter the algorithm to use the requested website’s capability to override HTTP headers sent to it, and redirect users to other content.|
Only one entry is allowed per line.
A redirect to YouTube Education would be configured as:
Abc_dEf is the search term or phrase which causes the redirect. Note that an account and key must be setup on YouTube for this to work — for more information, refer to http://www.youtube.com/schools.
A restriction on available Google Apps to only allow access to Google Calendar and Google Drive would be configured as:
X-GoogApps-Allowed-Domains: https://www.google.com/calendar/render, https://drive.google.com
Note that for a Google Apps restriction, HTTPS interception is required as Google Apps uses HTTPS throughout.