Allow Web Control in Computer-Based-Policies
At the moment I'm not able to define Web Control rules in a computer-based-policy.. But I need other rules for one computer of a user, but on the other computers the user need also other rules..
James Fox commented
This is such a basic feature I can't understand how it is not possible already?
When users have corporate and personal BYOD we need to be able to allow more lenient web control policies on personal BYOD compared to corporate devices.
This is a much needed feature for us as well. Also, would like to see user based web control on the Server Protection. Useful if your running session-based hosts for remote desktops.
We are looking at kiosk computers and this would be perfect. We aren't creating domain accounts for the users that will utilize these computers.
Mark D Montgomery II commented
We have the same need here. We have certain applications on specific PCs that are broken by web control, and there may be certain other machines we want to adjust the policies on as well to differ from the organizational defaults (either ****** or stricter).
Scot Turner commented
this would work very well for Kiosk based PC's where users could login to check personal email, social media, etc, but on their desk PC these would be blocked.
Garrett Hutchison commented
Work around for this would be to create a user account in GPO tied to the machines you want to use.
I have a user that is named Communications for all of our Coms computers that will have a custom policy.