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WatchGuard Web Blocker per user Athentication

I have a watchguard X750e running Fireware 8.3 and using FSM 8.3.1

I'm trying to setup the web blocker utility to block users based on user athentication.  I have set up the watch guard to use active directory for authentication

Has anyone ever set this up this way? Do you have any Tips or Advice?
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dpk_walCommented:
Configure the HTTP rule/service (policy Tab) as below [assumption you are using WSM/WFS version 8.3.1 or higher if anything lower the GUI would appear different but the method remains same]:
HTTP-proxy->Policies
Allowed
From AD-group or AD-username
To Any-External or specific external IP/domain name of website to which access is allowed

Configure webblocker under "Properties" with different set of categories allowed/denied or have entries in the to box to restrict user access. You would need to configure multiple HTTP rules to allow access to internet based on username/password.

The users would need to authenticate through a java applet [your web-browser must be java enabled]:
http://wg-internal-ip-address:4100

They would be prompted for username/password; once they get authentication they would get access to resources as configured.

Please NOTE: the user must NOT close the applet window otherwise they would need to authenticate again.

Please let me know if you have any more questions.

Thank you.
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dpk_walCommented:
I am assuming that the authentication is properly configured on FB.
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