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f.maianti

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Hi,
i want to implement the following scenario:
domain users transparently authenticated via NTLM and logged, all other host free navigation without captive portal.
90% of our traffic is from domain-joined pc, and we want the users to be controlled and logged; the rest of traffic is from guest smartphone/laptop, and we want them to be able to surf the web without the need to authenticate, but using a custom rule in order to block most of the traffic and only permit https and http.

Is this possible?
How can i implements this on a kerio control 9.0.3?

Thanks
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Thanks for the suggestion, but guest network feature is not what i'm looking for, it as to be set on a different interface and still requires a password to access.
I need a way to permit every host not joined to domain (printers, nas, smart tv, ip phone,...) to access the web without the need to authenticate.
Furthermore web control filter is bypassed by guest network, but i want all the "guest" traffic" to be secured and filtered .

[Updated on: Wed, 15 June 2016 08:04]

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The guest network does not require a password, however it does require confirmation from the user after two hours of inactivity. For devices such as printers, you can create a user and assign the mac address of those devices to the user. http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/server-configurati on-kerio-control/configuring-automatic-user-login-1569.html

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