How to link a bypass code to a policy

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    rotblitz

    Did you create a policy before which you could link a bypass code to?

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    hbackus

    Thanks for the response.  I figured it out.

    I am not familiar with the interface.

    I wonder if it will change any with the Cisco rebranding. :-)

     

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    cervusdude

    I have to say who ever designed the UI for the site needs to consider how complex they made a simple task. Why not simply have a option under Linked Policy to "add"  or "associate"

    Might I ask how you figured it out hbackus cause i am stuck in this same position...

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    hbackus

    It's been awhile but I will see if I can remember all the steps.

    Assuming you already have a policy and category or destination list you want to associate

    Enter the policy and select the identity

    Next

    Go into Policy Settings

    Assuming you have the Category and Security setting you want

    Next

    At the Select Block Page Settings you can create a new bypass code at add code

    From the add code you can give it a name and check the category or destination you want

    If I missed what you were trying to convey I apologize.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

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    the-messenger

    with the change in the GUI, how is this done now.

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