A message appears in the user's Web browser indicating a blocked Web site, blocked file upload or download, or a malware infection. The page that appears is called an end user page. For example, you can configure Symantec Web Gateway to display an end user page if a user attempts to access a gambling Web site. If a user attempts to view a gambling Web site, Symantec Web Gateway displays the end user page instead of the gambling Web site. You can change the text that Symantec Web Gateway displays for a blocked Web site, blocked file transfer, or a malware infection.
To block file transfers, you must install Symantec Web Gateway in the inline network configuration or proxy network configuration, not the port span/tap network configuration.
When no Quarantine Policy is configured, Symantec Web Gateway sends an end user page to its Quarantined end user clients. As the end user page displays an URL with host name, instead of displaying an URL with Symantec Web Gateway IP address. You cannot access the quarantined end user page, because the URL contains a host name. Symantec recommends that you add the host name of the Management Interface to your local DNS server.