Click Policies, select the desired Built-in policy and then select the policy that you want to modify.
Click Actions → Edit.
Click Settings → Web and Email → Web control.
Click the slider bar next to Enable Web control. Next to Rules, click Edit.
Click Add (or select an existing rule and then click Edit to change the Logging severity).
In the Logging severity drop-down menu, select Warning and click OK.
An error message appears anytime a client attempts to visit a URL blocked by Web control. Continue to Part II.
Click Reports → New Report Template.
In the Name field, type a name for your report. Under Category, click No category selected.
Select the check box next to the Computers and click OK.
Click Chart. Select the check box under Display Table.
Click Data → Add Column.
Expand the Computer → Computer category, select Computer name and click OK.
Click Add Column. Expand Web control → Action performed, select Action performed, and click OK.
Click Add Column. Expand Web control → Category, select Category, and click OK.
Click Add Column. Expand Web control → Matching URL, select Matching URL, and click OK.
Click Add Column. Expand Web control → Time of occurrence, select Time of occurrence, and click OK.
Click Add Column. Expand Web control → User, select User, and click OK. Then click Finish.
Click Dashboard and then click the plus icon to add a new dashboard.
Type a name for your new dashboard and click Add Dashboard.
Click the plus icon.
Select the report you created in Part II (in this example, Web Control Logs), and click OK.
Your dashboard is now available. When a URL is blocked by Web control, each URL is listed in the new Dashboard report.