After you create a URL content redirection setting, you can assign it to an Active Directory user or group.

Prerequisites

Become familiar with vdmutil command-line interface options and requirements and verify that you have sufficient privileges to run the vdmutil command. See Using the vdmutil Command-Line Utility.

Procedure

  • To assign a URL content redirection setting to a user, run the vdmutil command with the --addUserURLSetting option.
    vdmutil --addUserURLSetting --urlSettingName value --userName value

    Option

    Description

    --urlSettingName

    Name of the URL content redirection setting to assign.

    --userName

    Name of the Active Directory user in domain\username format.

  • To assign a URL content redirection setting to a group, run the vdmutil command with the --addGroupURLSetting option.
    vdmutil --addGroupURLSetting --urlSettingName value --groupName value

    Option

    Description

    --urlSettingName

    Name of the URL content redirection setting to assign.

    --groupName

    Name of the Active Directory group in domain\group format.

Assigning a URL Content Redirection Setting

The following example assigns the URL content redirection setting called url-filtering to the user named mydomain\janedoe.

vdmutil --addUserURLSetting --authAs johndoe --authDomain mydomain 
--authPassword secret --urlSettingName url-filtering --userName mydomain\janedoe

The following example assigns the URL content redirection setting called url-filtering to the group called mydomain\usergroup.

vdmutil --addGoupURLSetting --authAs johndoe --authDomain mydomain 
--authPassword secret --urlSettingName url-filtering --groupName mydomain\usergroup

What to do next

Verify your URL content redirection settings. See Test a URL Content Redirection Setting.