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  • #3329

    Casino
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    “Access Control cannot be turned off for this profile, because block literal IP addresses, block proxy is checked or there are calendars configured for the profile.”

    What’s this? How can i disable the access control for my profile only? I must do it.
    The unique way i found is disabling the whole access control for all users. What’s the reason of this function?

    Thanks.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by  Casino.
    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by  Casino.
    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by  Casino.
    #3342

    support
    Participant

    It means you either have calendars or rules such as block proxy etc. enabled on the profile. You need to remove the calendars and turn off those options before you can disable Access Control on the profile.

    #3344

    Casino
    Participant

    Why this changing? It was so simple before….

    #3350

    support
    Participant

    @casino It’s changed so that you can add black/white lists, turn on safe search etc. without enforcing Access Control. But you still need to enforce Access Control if you want to block proxies or add calendars.

    #3351

    Casino
    Participant

    Black list and safe search without the access control, great idea!

    Ok, now it makes sense. At this point is so much better now, thanks!

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by  Casino.
    #3409

    markpenn2020
    Participant

    If you can add black and white lists, enable safe search, etc without enforcing access control, then what does enabling Enforce Access Control actually do?

    #3410

    Casino
    Participant

    Block Tor, Proxy, VPN, literal IP addresses and calendars.

    #3416

    support
    Participant

    Additionally, without “Enforce Access Control”, a user can bypass blacklisting & safe search by overriding DNS servers on the user device. With “Enforce Access Control”, DNS override is blocked.

    Also, the router logs Internet activity only when “Enforce Access Control” is enabled.

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