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sanba06c
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Should I turn on all log events for "Endpoint Security Web Control"?

Hi,

The context is that the C suite management requests me to log "Block and Allow List", so I do enable logging of all kinds of events of browsing history. However, it has collected tons of log, which I want to avoid.

My question is that is there any way to log the above-mentioned web browsing category but be able to reduce the number of log events?

Thanks.

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jmcg
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Re: Should I turn on all log events for "Endpoint Security Web Control"?

What do you mean by "tons of log" ?

You can filter event by ID, go to the Server Settings and then "Event filtering" you can disable here the event you don't need.
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