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James, I closed out the case: 01745348
I opened a case at the same time, but had not heard anything from WG support yet. I may have now found a solution. I am still validating, but I think that the issue stems from a setting in DNSWatch, which is tied to the firewalls. What keyed me to it was I check the YouTube content restrictions page:…
The settings do not appear to be delivered by GPO - check in gpresult. Incognito sessions and Edge browser are impacted too. We have never, ever had any GPOs for Edge. The same PC is only impacted inside of the firewall. It is fine outside of the firewall.
James, Thank you for your thoughts on this. Unfortunately, I have never been able to observe the drop call behavior while monitoring the FW activity. I'm not even exactly sure what to look for. The VoIP vendor has not been very helpful. They state that is that is occurring it is a FW misconfiguration, but that is a very…
Kimmo, I do not know if this can work with WSM managed boxes. I think that this only applies to cloud managed devices and has a high level of complexity that may not be sustainable.
While I can import a list manually into a FW to update blocked sites. I have 40+ FWs. It is not the most practical option, especially when I do pay for WSM to manage them. However, blocked sites are not one of the data elements managed by WSM.
James, Thank you for the advice. They are good tools and I do use them, but they are not right for my use case. Use case: When 3rd party monitoring becomes aware of an active threat not recognized by the WG tools/DB, such as breakin attempts from an IP not in WG tools/DBs, I want to be able to push out blocked IP changes…