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I need to restrict Web browsing during certain hours of the day to a white list of URLs all other Web browsing needs to be blocked,during these hours.(this is for a group of users "Normal Users" the remainder "Super Users" have no restrictions as far as time and URLS are concerned)
A "Super Users" Group has been Created as well as a "Normal Users" Group.
The time frames for the restrictions have been defined and problem but now, how to allow in these time frames web browsing of the "white List URL'S" for the "Normal Users"and at the same time Zero restrictions to the "Super Users"

Help ,Suggestions would be much appreciated!

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- Create a Time Range for restricted hours (located in TIME RANGE)
- Now create a HTTP "no restriction" Rule (only designate that to the Super User Group) in HTTP Policy.
- Then, create HTTP "whitelist" rule under the "no restriction" rule and set the time range. Dont forget to designate this rule just for "Normal Users"
- Lastly, don't forget to create one last rule (at the bottom) to deny all (for all and non authenticated users)

Policy and Rules are using a hierarchy reading. It will read the policy from top to bottom.

Also, you don't need the "Whitelist" for super user because they are not restricted to any site at all.
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