Hi John,Do you mean BCIS or BCWF? With BCWF (WebFilter), if users had an air gapped network, or some other reason, they could download the BCWF database, upload it to a local server, and have their ProxySGs point to the server. With BCIS (Intelligence Services), this is not possible. Neither BCWF nor BCIS provide an option to manually upload the database.Note: It is important not to mess with the content filtering data source settings on the ProxySG, unless you know which one (BCWF or BCIS) you have, as if you have one, and then toggle the settings in the GUI to the other and save, the existing database will be purged.For BCIS, the download URL is built into the ProxySG. As the ProxySG does mutual authentication with the server for the connection, this it is not something that can be downloaded outside of the ProxySG. The only way to get the BCIS database is to make sure the ProxySG has a good connection to the internet and do a direct download onto the ProxySGFor BCWF, (less common, as it is being phased out), then you should be able to use the URL shown below. (I don't have a BCWF password, and haven't checked recently, but it has worked in the past). You will also need your BCWF username and password.