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Can I whitelist a specific path?

Due to auth issues with machine credentials caching on the WSAs and causing users to be unable to access the Internet I was wondering if I could allow a specific path and block the rest of the site to users. 

So I would like to specifically allow the following:

http://liveupdate.symantecliveupdate.com/liveupdate_3.3.0.99_english_livetri.zip

And blacklist this site:

http://liveupdate.symantecliveupdate.com/

Is this possible?  Regex?

Thanks,

Mike

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Can I whitelist a specific path?

liveupdate\.symantecliveupdate\.com/liveupdate_3\.3\.0\.99_english_livetri\.zip

I think that would be the one.

Cheers

Chris

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Re: Can I whitelist a specific path?

Hi mike,
you can create a custom url category where you can add the regular expression specifying the path you want to block or allow.
Then add the custom url category you created to your access policy with action "block" or "allow"depending if you want to block or allow the path you specified in regular expression.

hope this helps.

Regards

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Can I whitelist a specific path?

liveupdate\.symantecliveupdate\.com/liveupdate_3\.3\.0\.99_english_livetri\.zip

I think that would be the one.

Cheers

Chris

Beginner

Can I whitelist a specific path?

The regex above is correct.  One caveat you will need one custom cat to allow the regex item and one custom cat to block the whole site. 

Make sure the regex custom cat is placed above the domain custom cat.

Christian Rahl

Customer Support Engineer

Cisco Web Content Security Appliance

Cisco Technical Assistance Center RTP

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Can I whitelist a specific path?

Chris,

Thank you for the code!  I'm going to give it a try here in the next few minutes and I will let you know if it does the trick.

Thanks,

Mike

Beginner

Can I whitelist a specific path?

Chris,

I just verified.  This did the trick for me.  Thank you very much!

Mike