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    TMG White-list/Black-list for Computers, Not Users

    Hi,

    Is it possible to single out a room (for example a Cyber Cafe) so that students would get another block list to the generic one we use for all Users?

    I know we can make a security group, and add certain students to it so we can have a White-list/Black-list but I am unsure on using computers?

    Is it possible?

    Thank you in advance,
    Dan.

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    You can do this on an IP basis. So assign static IP those computers or an DHCP reservation. Or a special VLAN for these computers.. then create a rule with these IP (computers) with a blocklist assigned. place this rule above your normal rules.
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