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Wouldn't you want to install the Policy Server at the remote locations as well? Without it, if you shut down the main server (policy broker/policy server) it would stop filtering at all locations. It wouldn't know what policy to apply to the user.

DW Hunter


I'm not sure of that. I've changed gigs and cannot test this. I do know that while I had my local websense "remote" install, I would from time to time do maintenance on the "main" server. And it didn't seem to matter. I was thinking I did test playboy one time just for grins, but I honestly don't remember.

Your mileage may vary.


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