Your Web Access Policies at a Glance

The
Web Access Policy
screen is the place to configure restrictions for internet access and SaaS applications.
If you can’t find the
Web Security
tab on the sidebar under
Manage
, there’s a good chance you haven’t yet been assigned the role of Web Security Admin, you should talk to your Account Administrator. Once you’re a Web Security Administrator, enable Web Security to turn on the Web Security view. Select
Manage
Service Setup
Overview
, and then go to the
Web Security
panel and select
Enable
.
To view your web access policies, select
Manage
Web Security
Web Access Policy
from the sidebar.
A) Policies
B) Policy Recommendations
C) Policy Name
Shows the name of the policy. Select the policy name in this column to see an advanced view of the policy.
D) Logs
Select the icon to see the policy in the Log Viewer. You can also select
Activity
Logs
Log Viewer
to view your logs.
E) State
Shows whether the policy is enabled or disabled.
F) Tags
Shows any tags associated with the policy.
G) Source Location
Shows which locations the policy affects.
H) User
Shows which users the policy affects.
I) Search
Use keywords to look for a policy.
J) Show / Hide columns
Show or hide columns to improve visibility.
K) Delete
Remove a policy.
L) Clone
Duplicate a policy and modify it slightly to create a policy that’s similar to the one you’re duplicating.
M) Enable
Change the state of a policy to enabled.
N) Disable
Change the state of a policy to disabled.
O) Move
Move a policy up or down to change the order of enforcement.
P) Add Policy
Q) Description
Shows the description of the policy.
R) Advanced Settings
Shows additional security settings configured for the policy.
S) Action
Shows what traffic is blocked or allowed.
T) Custom Web Access Policies
Shows custom web access policies you’ve created.
U) Items
Shows the web access policies available by default.
  • Global Web Access
    Enforces your web application and URL category access restrictions for all users.
  • Global Catch All Policy
    Sets the default action for all outbound traffic to any Web Application or URL Category to allow. It’s a good practice to you leave the Global Catch All Policy enabled. Otherwise, any traffic not matching your Web Security rules is enforced according to the policies defined under
    Configuration
    Security Services
    Security Policy
    .

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