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Finding Documentation for Secure Web Gateway

The following table lists topics that document important subject matter you need to understand when working with Secure Web Gateway, for example, setup and web policy configuration.

The topics explain the subject matter they are about and provide links to topics that deal with it in more detail.

Subject matter Topics
Setting up Secure Web Gateway Workflow

Workflow for Setting Up Secure Web Gateway (Overview)

This topic explains the tasks you need to complete when setting up Secure Web Gateway and provides links to more information about individual tasks.

 
Connectivity

About Configuring Connections for Secure Web Gateway

Configuring connections is a task you need to complete in every scenario for setting up Secure Web Gateway.

This topic explains different types of connections and provides links to more information about how to configure them.


Client Proxy

About Configuring Skyhigh Client Proxy.

Configuring Skyhigh Client Proxy (SCP) is another important task you need to complete when setting up Secure Web Gateway.

SCP is a product of its own. This topic provides a link to the main section that deals with it on this documentation portal.
Configuring a web policy Workflow

Workflow for Configuring a Web Policy (Overview)

This topic explains the tasks you can complete when configuring a web policy and provides links to more information about individual tasks.


Default rule sets

Default Rule Sets (Overview)

Configuring the rule sets that are implemented by default after the initial setup of Secure Web Gateway is an important task of your web policy configuration.

This topic lists and explains the default rule sets and provides links to more information about how to configure individual rule sets.


Feature Configurations

About Feature Configurations

Some rule sets require that feature configurations are assigned to them to control the processing of particular rule criteria.

This topic explains feature configurations and provides a link to more information about how to work with them.
Remote Browser Isolation Overview

About Remote Browser Isolation

Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) is a product of its own, which you can configure as part of configuring your web policy.

This topic explains Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) and provides links to more information about how to configure the rule sets that are available to implement it.

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