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Internet Usage Filters
2. Select one of the following Keyword search options (see Filtering based on
keyword, page 207).
3. In the Password override timeout field, enter the maximum number of seconds
(up to 3600, default 60) that a user can access sites in all categories after selecting
password override (see Password override, page 46).
4. In the Continue timeout field, enter the maximum time in seconds (up to 3600,
default 60) that a user who clicks Continue can access sites in categories governed
by the Confirm action (see Filtering actions, page 44).
5. In the Quota session length field, enter the interval (up to 60 minutes, default 10)
during which users can visit sites in quota-limited categories (see Using quota
time to limit Internet access, page 46).
A session begins when the user clicks the Use Quota Time button.
6. Enter the Default quota time per day (up to 240 minutes, default 60) for all
To change the quota time for individual users, go to the Policies > Clients page.
As you make changes to the quota session length and the default quota time per
day, the Default quota sessions per day is calculated and displayed.
Use the Block Messages section to enter the URL or path to the alternative HTML
block page you created for the top frame of browser-based block messages (see
Creating alternate block messages, page 92).
Separate pages can be used for the different protocols: FTP, HTTP (including
HTTPS), and Gopher.
Leave these fields blank to use the default block message provided with the
Websense software, or a customized version of that message (see Customizing the
block message, page 88).
In Websense Web Security Gateway Anywhere environments, custom block
messages are not applied to hybrid filtering requests.
Blocks sites when keywords appear in CGI query
strings (after the “?” in a Web address).
Websense software does not search for keywords
before the “?” when this is selected.
Blocks sites when keywords appear in the URL. If the
requested address contains a CGI query string,
Websense software searches for keywords up to the
URL and CGI
Blocks sites when keywords appear anywhere in the
address. If a CGI query string is present, Websense
software searches for keywords both before and after
Use with caution. Disable keyword blocking turns
off all keyword blocking, even if Block keywords is
selected in a category filter.