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strikingknife -> Filtering File Uploads (21.Dec.2009 4:46:39 AM)

Hi,

In ISA 2006 is it possible to block the html file uploads for certain file extensions. ?

For example, i dont want users to upload files in thier webmail and other website with file extensions .exe, .tz and i want to allow only files with extensions like .txt, .doc.

Thanks in advance






Jason Jones -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (21.Dec.2009 5:16:18 AM)

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc302627.aspx

You should be able to apply a HTTP filtering policy to outbound web access rules for that file type...

Cheers

JJ




strikingknife -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (21.Dec.2009 8:25:47 PM)

Hi JJ,

Thanks a lot for your reply.

Just a quick check, the configuration stated in technet is for ISA 2004, is it the same for ISA 2006 as well ? . I dont have previous experinece in ISA, pls dont mistake my question.

Kindly advise,




Jason Jones -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (22.Dec.2009 5:40:36 AM)

Yeah, same concepts for ISA2k6; I don't think they bothered to update the versioning.

Shout if you get stuck...

Cheers

JJ




lsjames -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (5.Feb.2010 7:58:39 AM)

When i add ".EXE" in Extensions. Users can not download .exe files from website, but they still can upload .exe files in their webmail.




Jason Jones -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (5.Feb.2010 8:12:35 AM)

It depends on how the webmail applications works I guess...




lsjames -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (5.Feb.2010 9:05:39 AM)

I think Extensions filtering is only match URL.
If you add ".EXE" to extensions tab, users can not download http://www.webserver.com/abc.exe
But when users upload ".exe" file, the URL is not ended with ".exe". So users still can upload their files.




lsjames -> RE: Filtering File Uploads (7.Feb.2010 2:51:36 AM)

I used another software called active wall to solve this problem. Thank you.




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