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jufryras

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Hi,

Is there any way that we can disable or remove the "web site restriction" on the Kerio Web interface. I do not want the Users to know all the Restricted sites while they are accessing the Web interface to change their password.

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winkelman

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Hmm, yes. Good suggestion.

Also works the other way around, for allowed sites:
I use a company wide 'whitelist' for allowed sites. Some of them may be publicised (such as www.dictionary.com), but some of them I'd rather 'keep secret' (such as Norton liveupdate servers or other technical stuff that is of no concern to the user).

I don't really mind, but it would be a nice little feature to be able to hide these.
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jufryras

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Hope the Kerio Admin can show us how to make changes onto the Web Interfaces. If this can be done, it would be a great help!

AS our company had upgraded our Winroute Kerio4 to Winroute Firewall6 so that user is able to change their password. But i think it is better not to let users know which sites that we had restricted.
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lansclu

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Find the file named en.res and edit it with notepad or wordpad.
Please share the result.

Please note that it is not recomended by Kerio, So you shouldnot
use the customized login page.
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