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  1. Apr 2019
    1. for permission to allow Lightspeed Systems to view organizational units on your domain.

      BW: change to "to grant additional permissions."

    2. that will prompt

      BW: change to "prompting"

    1. GG4L syncs with Lightspeed’s products

      BW: Change to "Lightspeed Connect (GG4L) syncs"

    2. Note: Your Client ID and Client Secret are provided to you by GG4L. If you do not have this information contact GG4L (support@gg4l.com) to obtain your Client ID and Client Secret. Note: If Use Term Name is enabled, this value is merged with the Section Alias value.

      BW: [consolidate into one Note section]

    3. your implementation

      BW: [remove]

    4. , o

      BW: Change to ". O"

    5. BW: Add a comma

    6. .

      BW: change to ":"

    1. Log in to your Rocket and navigate to Web Filter > Categories (below Database). Click View Contents next to the category name. Highlight and copy the content within the Showing results for the category: [category name] list. Paste the contents in a spreadsheet then delete everything except for the URL’s listed in column A. Save the spreadsheet as a .csv file and name it according to the category name. In the example below, we copied content from the local-allow category, therefore the file name was saved as local-allow.csv Repeat these steps (view, copy, paste, delete, and save as) for each category listed on the Categories page (this includes all categories below the Categories with Local Changes, Redirected Categories, and Locked Categories sections). Import Custom Categories Hello, Britt Winchester. This content originated from a post with id 49881After exporting custom categories from your Rocket, import the category data into Relay. Follow these steps to import custom category data into Relay: Click the Relay icon (top-left corner of the interface) to begin this process at the Relay home page. Click and expand the Internet Access list, then click Default Rules. Click the green plus-sign (right of the Categories title). Enter the name of one of the custom categories exported from your Rocket, then click Save. Hover within the new category and click the gear icon to open the category menu. Click View Domains. Click the Import icon. The Import Domain List window opens. Note: You cannot import more than 500 domains at once. Click Choose File, locate the exported and saved .csv file, then click Import. Note: Make sure the .csv file name matches the category you created in the previous steps. The list of domains (URLs) within the Local Allow category are listed. Click the back arrow to return to the Default Rules page. Repeat this process for creating and importing custom categories for all categories you exported from your Rocket.

      Space these steps out more since there are so many of them. It looks a little cramped as it is right now.

    2. Begin

      Change sentence to "To begin the migration process, export your Rocket's categories to a spreadsheet, and save the data as a CSV file.

    3. add "and"

    4. Add a comma

    1. Note: If running your Rockets in a cluster, update the parent Rocket before updating the remaining child Rockets. Note: This update includes a patch which requires any 10GB Rocket be restarted after installing this update.
    2. Note: This allows the Smart Agents to interact with your Rockets.

      This doesn't need to be a Note section. It can just be an additional sentence.

    3. are going to utilize

      change to "plan to use"

  2. Sep 2017
  3. Aug 2017
    1. 5 Google.com loads on the on network device.

      MJ: Diagrams have 1 through 6. Explanations are 1 through 5.

  4. May 2017
    1. TCP-80 HTTP to ddb.lightspeedsystems.com and ddb.lsfilter.com (needed for filtering) TCP-80 HTTP to keys.lightspeedsystems.com (needed for licensing) TCP-1999 to bsdupdate01.lightspeedsystems.com (needed for monitoring) TCP-80 HTTP to updates.lsfilter.com (needed for updates)

      Rs - I think this could be simplified, and organized better. i.e. if we removed the subdomains, and put the TCP-80 together, you only need: TCP-80 HTTP to lightspeedsystems.com and lsfilter.com

    1. Block P2P in Web Filter Settings

      With the Longhorn release, you no longer have to enable P2P for the QUIC protocol to be blocked. It is now blocking by default and there is no UI for this. If they need to enble disable this feature, which I wouldn't, it is a manual setting that can only be set by support.