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Click to view contentThis guide provides a list of additional domains of well known applications that administrators can "Allow" or "Block". Use the table below to either add domains to your: Allow or block list in a domain filtering policy. This provides more granular control over the sites users or groups can access. View the Mimecast Web Security: Configuring a…
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This page lists the categories used by a category filtering policy broken down by category group. See the Mimecast Web Security: Configuring a Policy page for further details.   Security Category Group  Category Description Anonymizers Sites that attempt to make activity untraceable (e.g. proxy servers that acts as an intermediary and privacy…
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Click to view contentThis guide describes how end users can disable / enable the Mimecast Security Agent on their device. This requires you to have a password provided to you by your administrator.   To disable / enable the Mimecast Security Agent on Windows OS: Click on the Mimecast Security Agent icon from the system tray. Click on the Preferences button. Enter…
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The Mimecast Security Agent is an endpoint application for Windows and MacOS. It: Works in conjunction with Mimecast Web Security to offer protection on user's devices, while they are on or off the corporate network (e.g. roaming or using public Wi-Fi). Removes the need to deploy a Mimecast certificate to view our block and warning pages for…
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