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Old 6th June 2010, 00:11
systechguy systechguy is offline
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I am reviewing Dansguardian as a potential Content Web Filtering solution for my boss, but the dansguardian.org website does not have information that answers my questions.

1.) Can Dansguardian store users and groups in a database SQL/MYSQL
2.) Have different permissions based on login
3.) Be able to cluster/replicate blacklists/configuration among many boxes


Anyone that can point me to information that will answer these questions, I will be very appreciative.
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Old 30th July 2010, 22:47
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Hi,

I have seen DansGuardian in practice, it does intergrate with AD and is usally used with a proxy... Otherwise, i agree, the documentation is pretty scarce.
Also with the setup i've seen there are alot of false blocks due to 'Japanese xxx'... Also the interface isn't brillent. abit ugly.

Marty
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