Version 4.1.0 Features

New Web Applications Policy and Reporting

Web Applications in Default Policy

The Configuration > Group Policy > Default Policy page now includes a Web Applications tab. Use this tab to configure the default policy for popular web applications such as Facebook or LinkedIn.

Web Applications in Additional Policies

The Additional Policy Editor now includes a Web Applications page. To access the editor, go to Configuration > Group Policy > Additional Policies page and either click on an existing policy or click Add. Use this tab to configure additional policies for popular web applications such as Facebook or LinkedIn.

Top Web Application Users

The Reports > Users > Top Web Application Users report shows information about the number of site visits for the top users of web applications.

Web Application Usage

The Reports > Policy & Content > Web Application Usage report shows the top web applications allowed since midnight.

Web Application information on the Dashboard

The Dashboard now lists the number of App Control Violations under Blocked Web Traffic.

Web Application information in the Recent Activity Search

The Recent Activity Search now includes feedback about web application filtering. Under the Filter by status drop down you can now select Blocked (Web App).