If you say about Network Communication Protection Rule, Icansay the following:
If you put a lock function of the network connection, then the rule is triggered to protect the network connection is blocked until the end of the work blocked the application (program).
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About blocking Skype: Most likely you have set incorrectly self-protection rule: 1. Skype creates a bunch of network connections, for example, if you block him sending messages, it will send a bunch of messages on different network ports. First on the 443, then at 43HHH, 33033 and so on.
2. These compounds are generated every second (on average), so if you block the network connection, then "drown" in a large number of messages on the console DLP.
I can suggest a few options: 1. Monitoring sending-receiving files over AFAPR.
2. Copy the entire database when you run Skype on Skype endpoint computer. And then hand-database search with the help of other programs.
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