The Edit User Profile menu is where the
Administrator can place restrictions on a user/group/workstation profile including the
day/time of access, the amount of time the user may spend online and the protocols the
user may access. These options can be set on a per profile basis by highlighting the
profile on the left and then altering the settings as necessary. When you have completed
entering the settings, be sure to click Save so the changes are saved to
time for Login
After a profile has logged into CProxy Server be it a user or workstation profile, it has
a minimum idle logout time which is defined in the 'Idle Time for Login'. This means that
if the user does not request any data from the Internet before this counter reaches zero,
the profile will automatically be logged out of the proxy server so that the license may
be used by another user/workstation. Please note that the minimum idle time is five
The Access Times group allows you to define during which times of the day the
selected profile can access the Internet. If the checkbox labelled 24
Hours is ticked, then the user can access the Internet at any time on this day.
If you uncheck this box, you can then specifiy time periods of the day that the user can
access: e.g. 10:00:00 Until 11:00:00 would mean that the user can access between 10 and 11
in the morning but at no other time. You can set access periods for different days of the
week by selecting the relevant day from the Day of Week field, setting
the time period required and then clicking the Add button. Entries may be
removed from the table by highlighting them and clicking Remove.
The Permitted Protocols group allows you to specify which Internet protocols the
profile can access. To deny a protocol, uncheck the relevant box.
||The World Wide Web
||FTP Access through a Web Browser
||FTP Access through an FTP Program
||Telnet Access - used to control
||Access to any port maps in the
TCP or UDP mapper.
||Protocol for transversing
Allows you to specify the days of the week that the profile can access the proxy server.
This overrides the timeslots in Access Times.
Enables verbose logging for troubleshooting purposes. We recommend that you
disable this option.
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