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Allow single user to access website

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Hi Everyone,

I need to allow single user so that he can access the website ---skype.com

Can anyone tell me how can i do this?

when i test from pc

Your request for URL "

http://skype.com/
" has been blocked by the Web Gateway URL Filter

Database. The URL is listed under category (

Instant Messaging), which is blocked.

URL:

http://skype.com/

URL Categories: Instant Messaging, Web Phone

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Regards

Mike

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Re: Allow single user to access website

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Think of it this way.

MWG does one thing... Explicitly Block based on some criteria (category, user, group, IP address, URL, or any of 800 other properties)

Everything that is not blocked is allowed.

If something in the policy is blocking, you put rules above it that jump around the blocked rule. This is usually done with a Stop Rule Set, so the processing halts, and skips to the next rule set below it.

It's a flowchart that decides on every rule and every condition if something should block or just move on to the next rule.

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Re: Allow single user to access website

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Hi,

I added the new rule under policy

rule sets

category content filer

where i choose criteria as below

Client IP equals to x.x.x  AND url.host matches skype.com.

Need to confirm under action what option i should choose continue or block rule set and why ?

Regards

Mike

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Re: Allow single user to access website

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Think of it this way.

MWG does one thing... Explicitly Block based on some criteria (category, user, group, IP address, URL, or any of 800 other properties)

Everything that is not blocked is allowed.

If something in the policy is blocking, you put rules above it that jump around the blocked rule. This is usually done with a Stop Rule Set, so the processing halts, and skips to the next rule set below it.

It's a flowchart that decides on every rule and every condition if something should block or just move on to the next rule.

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I am a student and when I try to get on math games or other games to play on freetime, Mcafee just blocks so many things and I can't have any fun.

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