I would simply block that student from all RDP access for a week. That will fix them.
There is a lot of ocean between Australia and the USA.
That's like the latency between Australia and the USA.. On a good day..
You can have as many AuthPoint tokens as you want on a phone -- I have several myself. However, you can't share that token among multiple users.
Many use both, including me.
Each serves a different purpose IMO, and has a different source of data which could effect a block.
Some sites block selected categories in WebBlocker, which one really can't do in DNSWatch.
DNSWatch can block things which WB really can't do.
And there is DNSWatchGo for endpoint devices.
Some benefits of WB (from an old list):https://www.watchguard.com/training/fireware/80/httppr12.htm
I don't have an official list.
(EDIT: Remove WSM normally first!)
I recommend deleting the "C:\Program Files (x86)\WatchGuard\wsm11" and "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\WatchGuard\wsm11" folders, plus the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\WatchGuard\wsm" registry key. You may want to remove any installed Fireware releases as well and then delete any subfolders under "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\WatchGuard\resources\FirewareXTM", then reboot and reinstall.
In this case, they have a few options.
-If you have notification turned on, emails can be sent to an admin or similar for your network.
-If you're using the firewall itself (which uses the same WebBlocker categories) you can have a deny page via that proxy that the user will be able to see.
Work is being done to better integrate the block pages and profiles in WatchGuard cloud, so at some point in the future they should be easier to manage (as one.)
might be a stupid question, but what is the MSP job here? It´s only managed one way - upgrades?
Or many years...