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Proxysg 6.6 Basic Administration

Course Overview

The ProxySG 6.6 Basic Administration course is a prologue to sending choices and administration of the individual key highlights offered utilizing the ProxySG 6.6 arrangement. This an early on course and is intended for understudies who are new to the ProxySG arrangement.

Endless supply of this course, understudies will have the capacity to:

  • Depict the major Secure Web Gateway elements of the ProxySG
  • Permit and arrange a ProxySG
  • Send a ProxySG in either unequivocal or straightforward mode
  • Utilize the Visual Policy Manager to compose approaches to oversee web sifting, verification, and SSL activity administration
  • Utilize ProxySG get to logs to produce reports

Degree and Target Audience


Course level: Introductory

Course term: 2 Days

Course design: Virtual Classroom Training

Stage bolstered: Blue Coat ProxySG

Target Audience:

  • The ProxySG 6.6 Basic Administration course is expected for understudies who wish to ace the essentials of the ProxySG. It is intended for understudies who have not taken any past instructional classes about the ProxySG.

Proxysg 6.6 Basic Administration

Cousre Outline

This class is included the accompanying modules:

  • Module 1: Introduction to the Symantec ProxySG Secure Web Gateway
  • Module 2: ProxySG Security Deployment Options
  • Module 3: ProxySG Management Console
  • Module 4: Traffic Interception Using Proxy Services
  • Module 5: Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  • Module 6: Introduction to the Visual Policy Manager
  • Module 7: Filtering Web Content
  • Module 8: Using Threat Intelligence to Defend the Network
  • Module 9: Ensuring Safe Downloads
  • Module 10: Notifying User of Internet Usage Policies
  • Module 11: Access Logging on the ProxySG


  • This course expect understudies have an essential comprehension of systems administration ideas, for example, neighborhood (LANs), the Internet, security, and IP conventions.