Adblocking, Online Protection, and any custom Approve / Block lists can be configured on a location, person, or device level. Content Access (parental control) settings can only be configured on a person and device level.
Location level: Applies to all devices connected to the network.
Person level: Applies to all devices assigned to a person.
Device-level: Applies only to the single device only if unassigned. If the device is assigned to a person, the Content Access rule will be applied to that person.
But what happens if you have different settings configured on different levels for a device?
Priority is given to the most specific settings for a device. For example, if Online Protection is disabled on a location level and enabled for a device, the setting is turned on for the device.
Additionally, if a location has a setting enabled, any new devices and profiles added will inherit the same settings by default.
It should be noted that if a device is assigned to a person, Content Access rules will always be the same for a person and their associated devices.
For any additional questions, please contact our support staff for assistance.