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Secure Web Gateway Setup Page

The Secure Web Gateway Setup page provides options that allow you to complete tasks in a workflow for setting up Secure Web Gateway. The page has sections for each of these tasks.

The following table lists these sections with task names, short descriptions, and links to more information. The order of tasks and their names in the table are the same as on the setup page.

For information about how to go to this page and complete the setup workflow, see Access the Secure Web Gateway Setup Page and Workflow for Setting Up Secure Web Gateway (Overview).

Setup task Short description and more information
Configure SCP You install Skyhigh Client Proxy (SCP) as client software on the systems that are the endpoints of your network. The product forwards web traffic from these endpoints to Secure Web Gateway.

For more information, see the Skyhigh Client Proxy main section of this documentation.
Skyhigh Mobile Cloud Security You can configure Mobile Cloud Security (MCS) to extend the protection against web threats that is ensured by Secure Web Gateway to traffic originating from the mobile devices of cloud users in your organization.

For more information, see About Configuring Mobile Cloud Security.
Managing Certificate Authorities for HTTPS Scanning When applying the SAML authentication method or filtering web traffic going on under HTTPS you need to work with certificates that have been signed by a certificate authority (CA). You can manage these certificates here.

For more information, see About Managing Certificate Authorities.
Set Up SAML You can add SAML authentication to the methods of authenticating users who send requests to access the web.

For more information, see Configure SAML Authentication for Secure Web Gateway.
Enable Active Directory User Group Lookup You can enable directory lookups to have a workaround in place that is performed when Skyhigh Client Proxy  cannot retrieve user group information. User group information is needed to select an appropriate web policy.

For more information, see Configure Active Directory Lookups for User Groups.
Configure Locations To configure the locations of your network, you specify settings for connecting them to Secure Web Gateway. You can specify IP address ranges that you consider safe to send web traffic from or settings for building IPsec or GRE tunnels.

For more information, see About Configuring Connections for Secure Web Gateway.
Log Data Residency You can configure log data residency to make sure that log data is stored in a particular region.This allows you, for example, to comply with regulations requiring that log data must be stored in the region where it originates.

For more information, see Configure Log Data Residency.
Configure Device Profile You can configure a profile for a device that enables access from this device under the criteria of a Private Access security policy.
Import On-prem Policy You can import a web policy that you have configured using the Secure Web Gateway on-prem product. After the import, this web policy provides protection against threats that arise when cloud users of your organization access the web.

For more information, see Import an On-prem Web Policy
Backup and Restore Secure Web Gateway You can back up your web policy and restore the backup at a later point in time. You can also restore the default settings, which were preconfigured for your web policy after the initial setup.

For more information, see About Backing Up and Restoring Secure Web Gateway.

 

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