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<color red>This document describes how Multiple Filter Groups works and shows you how to configure it step by step. **You may find it simpler to just let the "Set Up Lists&Configs For Multiple Filter Groups" tool in the DansGuardian (Webmin) GUI do most of the work.** \\ <color red>This document describes how Multiple Filter Groups works and shows you how to configure it step by step. **You may find it simpler to just let the "Set Up Lists&Configs For Multiple Filter Groups" tool in the DansGuardian (Webmin) GUI do most of the work.** \\
-(To get the GUI for DansGuardian, first install the Webmin framework, then install the  DansGuardian Module. If your distribution doesn't provide packages, you can obtain Webmin from http://www.webmin.com/download.html and the DansGuardian Module from http://sourceforge.net/projects/dgwebminmodule/ [get version 0.7.or later - here the words "devel", "stable", "alpha", and "beta" have different meanings than usual].)</color>+\ (To get the GUI for DansGuardian, first install the Webmin framework, then install the  DansGuardian Module. If your distribution doesn't provide packages, you can obtain Webmin from http://www.webmin.com/download.html and the DansGuardian Module from http://sourceforge.net/projects/dgwebminmodule/ [get version 0.7.or later - here the words "devel", "stable", "alpha", and "beta" have different meanings than usual].)</color>
If you just want your user individuals to be identified in your logs, but don't want a full "Multiple Filter Groups" configuration, you can do that too by performing only a few of the steps described below and skipping most things. For further information see [[Identity Logging|Setting Up Identity Logging]]. If you just want your user individuals to be identified in your logs, but don't want a full "Multiple Filter Groups" configuration, you can do that too by performing only a few of the steps described below and skipping most things. For further information see [[Identity Logging|Setting Up Identity Logging]].