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Default response page

If you have configured an access rule to deny access, you can customize the default response page that will be returned to the clients browser when their requested URL or web site is blocked.

To customize the default response page:

  1. Open the WinGate Management console.
  2. Navigate to Web Access Control > Access rules.
  3. Select Settings from the Tasks menu. This will open the Access rules settings.
  4. On the General tab select the Edit Page button, to open the Block Page editor.
  5. Rearrange and edit the relevant HTML and CSS as required.
  6. Position the cursor at the correct points in the document body, to insert any of the 4 variables available from the menu bar at the top of the window. These are:
    • URL

      The URL that is blocked.

    • Source

      The WinGate component where the URL was requested.

    • Category

      The category the URL was classified as belonging to.

    • Rule

      The name of the rule that was used.

  7. You can preview the page on the Preview tab, before committing the changes by clicking Save.
  1. Adrien
    2013-07-22 17:27:40


    Please use support desk or forums for product support.

  2. Ikechukwu Mbachu
    Ikechukwu Mbachu
    2012-11-10 22:11:10


    i noticed after i had customised the default block page and save,it worked fine but anytime the wingate is restarted it goes back to the old pattern of block page. pls how do i make the block page permanent to my customised block page.

    Thanks and i awaits your prompt response.

    Best regards.

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You can use basic Full-Text Searches against the page title and body to find matching articles. Use the following search modifiers to refine your query:

  • event management (no quotes) will find all pages containing the words "event" OR "management"
  • "event management" (with quotes) will find all pages containing the phrase "event management"
  • +event -management will find all pages containing the word "event", AND NOT the word "management"