1 Reply Latest reply on May 9, 2014 4:06 PM by Jon Scholten

    Limited Days for designated Websites

    mhackett71

      For context, we have users that may need to review sites not allowed by the general population for research and or collaboration etc. Example  sharepoint.com. Team will review the upcoming changes and test how they will work on our environment etc etc.

       

      Created a Rule just prior to categorization filtering.

       

      Rule "SharepointDemo"

      Authentication.UseName "is in list" <Allowed User List Sharepoint>  AND

      URL "matches in list" <Sharepoint URL List> AND

      DateTime.ToNumber "less than" 1402729199

       

      This lets all the users in my list access the designated URLS until the date expires.

       

      What I would like is to give the time constraints per user, not per Rule set.

      Example.

       

      UserA  access till 1402729199

      UserB access till 1402729199

      UserB access till 1402729199

       

      an New team wants to perfomr similar testing, but started Later, so we want them in same access but differnet time End

       

      UserX access till 1404729199

      UserY access till 1404729199

      UserZ access till 1404729199

       

      OR, If a user has to do some research, skype, provocative attire client etc we would want to give USER ID A  - permission for 30 days to sites in list.

       

      2 weeks later, User ID C needs similar permission but would start 30 days from time added to the list.

       

       

      Would like if one of the List Tables would store USER ID & DATE or EXP Date

      So you could reference, something like this ?

       

      Rule "SharepointDemo"

      (Authentication.UseName "is in list" <Allowed User List Sharepoint> AND Authentication.Username Variable "dateField" less than EXP Date) AND

      URL "matches in list" <Sharepoint URL List> AND

      DateTime.ToNumber "less than" 1402729199