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Policy management

  1. On the Teams dashboard, navigate to the Gateway > Policies tab.

  2. Click Create a policy.

    Gateway first policy

  3. Add a policy name.

    Gateway policy name

  4. In the Assign locations card, specify the location(s) for which you want to enable the policy. To enable it for all your locations, click Select all on the top right corner of the card.

  5. You can choose to enable the Gateway Block Page to explain to the end user why a website is being blocked.

  6. In the cards below, you can choose to enable SafeSearch or YouTube Restricted Mode for your policy.

  7. Next, navigate to Security risks to choose which security categories you want to block. Click on Block all if you want to select all categories.

  8. Navigate to Content categories to choose which content categories you want to block.

  9. Navigate to Custom to allow, block, or override domains. The ability to override lists of URLs and IP addresses will be released in the future.

  • Click Add a destination.

  • From the drop-down menu, choose a Destination Type.

    Gateway add destination

  • Choose whether you want to allow, block, or override the destination.

  • Click Add to policy.

  1. Click Save to add the policy to your dashboard.

    Gateway added policy