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I have been using Kerio for quite sometime now. I found out that i cannot create time ranges for my HTTP Policies seperately. I can only create one general time schedule which will work for all HTTP policies. What exactly i need is to create a time schedule for each policy.

For example facebook should only be accessed at 1pm and end at 2pm. It should come on again by 4pm till 8am the following morning. and should be open on weekends.

I would create another policy of such for youtube but for different times of the day too.

but what i noticed is that i can't create multiple schedules except one which acts for every policy.

this is very tiring as i have to be enabling and disabling at periods were i want a particular policy to come on and go off.

I will be glad if someone out there can help me out perhaps there's a way i can achieve what i want cos i have used other firewall softwares and i was able to do all this so i don't want to conclude that kerio control does not have this feature. if not, i'll be amazed Shocked

Thanks.
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Deck, using Kerio Control 7.2, you can create different time ranges and assign them to your HTTP policies.

1. Create your time ranges (Definitions -> Time Ranges).
2. Assign them to your HTTP policies. (Column: Valid Time -> Select the appropriated Time Range).
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10x Higor, worked fine.
Regards.

[Updated on: Tue, 13 September 2011 17:23]

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