The meaning of DENIED, OBSERVED, and PROXIED as it relates to the access log field sc-filter-result


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The meaning of DENIED, OBSERVED, and PROXIED as it relates to the access log field sc-filter-result
You want to know the meaning of DENIED, OBSERVED, and PROXIED as it relates to the access log field sc-filter-result

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OBSERVED
Indicates that at some point, policy invoked a category lookup, ie, a "category=" trigger was evaluated.

DENIED
Indicates that the request was not served. Typically this means the user received some form of an exception.

PROXIED
The category was not a factor in the policy decision. The category was not a factor in the policy decision. Examples of this: The policy used to process the request had did not include a category definition, such as source:any, destination:any, action:allow.

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InQuira Doc IdKB1790
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First Published      10/01/2014
Last Modified      06/16/2015
Last Published      06/16/2015
Article Audience
Product      ProxySG
Software      SGOS 4, SGOS 5
Topic      Access Logging, Content Filtering, Content Management
Article Number      000013945
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