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We have been asked to block our Internal SharePoint site by a client for a specific location. We do have an existing URL filtering per location, but how do we block an internal website, if there is a rule to bypass internal traffic?

Thank you.

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Re: Block Internal Website

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Hi,

Hope you are doing well.

In order to create a rule for a specific location/proxy ,You can add criteria to your rule sets that would be location specific. For example:

    • Proxy.IP
    • System.HostName
    • System.UUID

 

Please refer below link for more info on this:-

https://community.mcafee.com/t5/Documents/Web-Gateway-Understanding-Central-Management-Clustering/ta...

 

Look for How do I create a region specific policy?  part in above link.

 

You can then create a rule inside the rule set  to block your sharepoint site.

 

Your sharepoint site for example is https://abc.com, then you can create a rule URL.host matches *abc.com*  and set action as Block.  This is just an example reference.

 

 

This blocking rule should be above your bypass rule.

 

Regards

Alok Sarda

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McAfee Employee aloksard
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Re: Block Internal Website

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Hi,

Hope you are doing well.

In order to create a rule for a specific location/proxy ,You can add criteria to your rule sets that would be location specific. For example:

    • Proxy.IP
    • System.HostName
    • System.UUID

 

Please refer below link for more info on this:-

https://community.mcafee.com/t5/Documents/Web-Gateway-Understanding-Central-Management-Clustering/ta...

 

Look for How do I create a region specific policy?  part in above link.

 

You can then create a rule inside the rule set  to block your sharepoint site.

 

Your sharepoint site for example is https://abc.com, then you can create a rule URL.host matches *abc.com*  and set action as Block.  This is just an example reference.

 

 

This blocking rule should be above your bypass rule.

 

Regards

Alok Sarda

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