URL Filter Tab
On the tab you can adjust access to web resources.
Select the check box to enable the web resources access control.
Add the domain names which you trust to the Trusted URLs .
Select a group(s) of addresses access to which should be restricted in the Blocked URLs group box.
To restrict access to all web resources except those in the Trusted URLs list, select All except trusted URLs.
To enable filtering of web addresses according to categories and/or a user-compiled list, select Custom URLs.
Select the types of blocked web sites in the Categories list.
Add the domain names which should be blocked to the list.
If you wish to add a specific web site, enter its full address (e.g. ). Access to all resources on that web site will be allowed/restricted.
If you wish to allow/restrict access to web sites, which contain certain text in their address name, enter that text into the field (e.g. example means that access to example.com, example.test.com, test.com/example, test.example222.ru, etc. will be allowed/restricted).
If the string contains the "." symbol, it will be considered a domain name. In this case all resources on the domain will be filtered. If the string also contains the "/" symbol (e.g. example.com/test), then the part to the left of it will be considered the domain name and the part to the right will be allowed/restricted on the domain (e.g. example.com/test11, template.example.com/test22, etc. will be filtered).
The address may be converted to a more simple structure (e.g. will be converted to ).
To delete a web resource from the list, select it and click the button.
The check box is selected by default, which means that the Parental Control component launches automatically upon Windows startup. If you clear this check box then you will have to load Parental Control manually.
For more details on the settings specified in this pane click the corresponding area of the window in the picture.
To view parameters set at another tab click the name of this tab.