Appliance Manager Help
V-Series appliances v7.6

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Administration > Toolbox > Web Security block pages

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The bottom frame presents any options available to the user (go back to the previous page, continue to the site, use quota time to access the site, use different credentials to try to access the site).
To verify the behavior and appearance of Web Security block pages, use the links at testdatabase.websense.com to attempt to access test sites in categories that your organization blocks.
Use the Administration > Toolbox page to determine whether to:
When you select Custom block page, a copy of the default block page files is created in an editable directory on the appliance. The default block page files are neither moved nor deleted, so that you can revert to them at any time.
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Select the files you want to change, and then click Download File(s). The available files are:
Contains the text for the top frame of the block message, which explains that access is restricted, lists the requested site, and describes why the site is restricted.
Constructs the information frame for the block page, and uses one of the following files to display appropriate options in the bottom frame.
Content for the page that appears when a user clicks the More information link on the block page.
Provides block page content when Websense Data Security components block content from being posted to or downloaded from the Web.
Important 
Do not change the default file names.
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Additional information about customizing block pages can be found in the "Block Pages" section of the TRITON - Web Security Help.
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Click Upload File(s) to place the modified files and any supporting graphics files on the appliance.
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The edited files can refer to custom graphics files (like logos). If you use custom graphics, be sure to upload these additional graphics files to the editable directory.
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If you have more than 5 files to upload, select the first 5 files to be uploaded, and then click Add More Files. You can upload a maximum of 10 files at a time.
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Click Apply Changes. This restarts Filtering Service.
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To test the customized block pages, go to testdatabase.websense.com and try to access test sites in categories blocked by your organization's policies.
The master.html file includes the HTML code used to display a Websense logo on the block page. To display your organization's logo instead:
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Download the master.html file to a temporary directory.
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Open master.html in a text editor, such as Notepad or vi (not an HTML editor), and edit the following line to replace the Websense logo with the image name for your organization's logo:
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Replace the value of the title parameter to reflect name of your organization.
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Replace wslogo_block_page.png with the name of the image file containing your organization's logo.
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Upload both the image file (containing your logo) and the edited copy of master.html to your V-Series appliance, and then click Apply Changes.
Depending on what information you want to provide in the block message, the default width of the block message and height of the top frame may not be appropriate. To change these size parameters:
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Download the master.html file.
Change the value of the width parameter as required.
<iframe src="$*WS_BLOCKMESSAGE_PAGE*$*WS_SESSIONID*$" ...
scrolling="no" style="width:100%; height: 6em;">
Change the value of the scrolling parameter to auto to display a scroll bar when message text exceeds the height of the frame.
You can also change the value of the height parameter to change the frame height.
If you need to start over with a default block page file at any time, click the default files link under the Upload and Download buttons. This allows you to download a copy of the default block page files to your local machine.


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