1. Export the default response page(s).
    1. Select
      Response Pages
    2. Select the URL filtering response page you want to modify.
    3. Click the response page (predefined or shared) and then click
      and save the file to your desktop.
  2. Edit the exported page.
    1. Using the HTML text editor of your choice, edit the page:
      • To display custom information about the specific user, URL, or category that was blocked, add one or more of the supported response page variables.
      • To include custom images (such as your corporate logo), a sound, or style sheet, or link to another URL, for example to a document detailing your acceptable web use policy, include one or more of the supported response page references.
    2. Save the edited page with a new filename. Make sure that the page retains its UTF-8 encoding. For example, in Notepad you would select
      from the
      drop-down in the Save As dialog.
  3. Import the customized response page.
    1. Select
      Response Pages
    2. Select the link that corresponds to the URL Filtering response page you edited.
    3. Click
      and then enter the path and filename in the
      Import File
      field or
      to locate the file.
    4. (
      ) Select the virtual system on which this login page will be used from the
      drop-down or select
      to make it available to all virtual systems.
    5. Click
      to import the file.
  4. Save the new response page(s).
    the changes.
  5. Verify that the new response page displays.
    From a browser, go to the URL that will trigger the response page. For example, to see a modified URL Filtering and Category Match response page, browse to URL that your URL Filtering policy is set to block.
    The firewall uses the following ports to display the URL filtering response pages:
    • HTTP
    • Default TLS with firewall certificate
    • Custom SSL/TLS profile

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