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filtering sites and messengers - 21.Feb.2008 6:30:40 AM   
gaurav.agr

 

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Hi

Need help on blocking web sites and messengers on ISA 2006. I have a Windows 2003 server without a domain and with ISA 2006. Installed the firewall client application on a XP machine.

I tried disabling the "Proxy Filter" in HTTP protocol so that users don't need to be under proxy but should still not be able to use blocked sites and messengers. It didn't work as the HTTP blocking goes away from the access rule. Can someone help bypassing proxy but still be able to block content.
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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 21.Feb.2008 10:53:59 AM   
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Hi,

for blocking website check this : http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004domainnamesets.html

once u r done, we will start with the messenger.

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 22.Feb.2008 1:42:25 AM   
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I'm having a similiar problem.

I would like to block, www.playboy.com, so I have a domain set with:
*.playboy.com

However, in ISA, this doesn't handle playboy.com by itself, so do I need to add this as well, or is there a tweak to make *.site.com include site.com.  This is causing me major grief using urlblacklists I download.

Thanks,
Derek

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 22.Feb.2008 2:44:08 AM   
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Hi,

use this format :  *playboy.com

HTH,
Tarek

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 25.Feb.2008 4:11:13 PM   
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that worked, thank you.

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 25.Feb.2008 6:22:28 PM   
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Great !

Thanks for the follow up.

Tarek.

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 26.Feb.2008 1:16:48 PM   
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another followup.

I have multiple domains I'm blocking:
pandora.com, pandora.net, pandora.tv

I tried *pandora* for a domain set, but this did not work.  How would I do this, would *pandora.* work, I haven't tried this yet.

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 26.Feb.2008 1:18:25 PM   
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went ahead and tried it after I posted, and *site.* doesn't work.

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 26.Feb.2008 1:55:40 PM   
elmajdal

 

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Hi,

You will have to block each individually.

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 27.Aug.2008 7:26:17 PM   
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Hi Elan,

Is there a "default" or "suggested" list of sites one can use when blocking sites?

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RE: filtering sites and messengers - 27.Aug.2008 7:28:23 PM   
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Hold up...

It would help if I ACTUALLY looked at the rest of the posts on this forum as I found this:

http://forums.isaserver.org/Using_blacklists_on_isa_2006_for_filtering_quick_question/m_2002072374/tm.htm

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