Am trying to control users from accessing or posting data to Cloud Data Services, so far am using url in list approach, but this way is not that efficient. It’s there any way I can create a policy access that cover all cloud data services without having to write one by one. Thanks!
You could do it by the category, Personal Network Storage with URL exceptions for some login urls., so the login doesn't get blocked.
You would have to write your own rule set. Something like this:
Read Only: Web
[Prevent POSTing of data to Categories, Applications, or Sites. This effectively makes sites Read Only.]
[✔] Enabled [✔] Enabled in Cloud
and select Personal Network Storage in the ReadOnly: Categories
The ReadOnly: Allowed URLs list would have something like this:
|#||ReadOnly: Allowed URLs||Exception URLs that are allowed to POST|
|1||*login*||Generic logon URL|
|2||*logon*||Generic logon URL|
|3||*logout*||Generic logout URL|
|4||*logoff*||Generic logout URL|
|5||*auth*||Generic authenticate URL|