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etimag

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ok here what I want. I want all my users to access internet via authentication. And I do that with web auth. but I can only control web pages. All of my users cannot access any web page but they can access skype, and any other software like skype. Is there any policy that I should do like enter your user name and pass for all or no access.
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christian_adiwinata

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Yeah... (s)he's right!! skype is one of the tough one to block! even i'm using mikrotik, this 'clever' skype is still able to sneak between firewalls Sad
Is somebody from kerio expert can enlighten us????
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KursadOlmez

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Hi Etimag,

You can also control your users to block/allow their entire internet access (by selecting protocols or adding Port numbers) with their user account by creating a new NAT rule into the Traffic Policy.

In the Traffic Policy, create a new NAT rule and select your users or user groups in the Source section. Then you set the other settings to allow/block and what protocols are applied to that users or groups.

Kursad Olmez

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etimag

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What I did is I only set a rule for local to internet http only. After users login than I made another rule only for limited users for http as well. If I block https than no skype Smile For users need skype I allow https. But now if I open https service and limite facebook for example some smart users can access facebook from https. So I guess kerio should also do https rules as well. But more or less I got what I wanted and no more wingate. Thanks Kerio great software...
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