This post is part of the series on using the Pi-hole; this series is a sub-series of the Adventures with a Raspberry Pi.
While the blocklists used by your Pi-hole will be the ones you selected during the initial install and configuration, they can be changed. This is done via the Pi-hole admin interface.
In the left pane, select Settings and click on the Blocklists tab.
Click te red trash can icon to delete a list; enter the name of a new list in the text field at the bottom and then click Save. When you’ve made all the changes required, click Save and Update:
Your changes will be saved and the blocklists updated.
I’ve posted series on a few different ISV addons for Microsoft Dynamics GP over the last few years, but, somewhat ironically I guess, have not posted all that much about the addin I’ve used the most over the years.
That addin is SmartList Builder from eOne Solutions.
SmartList Builder allows you to create both brand new SmartLists or modify existing SmartList. You can link up to 32 tables together. Tables can be standard GP tables, any of the Third Party (ISV) tables, any SQL table, SQL views or SQL Scripts, other SmartLists or Extender resources.
This series is going to cover the implementation of SmartList Builder; I’ll take a look at report builder in a future series.