1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 6, 2013 3:14 AM by asabban

    Social Media Rule help needed

      I am looking for help creating a rule for Twitter.

      I want to white-list a https Twitter sub domain within a general Twitter block by social networking category, but I need to allow access depending on if people are members of a specific AD group.


      Any assistance would be very much appreciated.

        • 1. Re: Social Media Rule help needed



          I will add a rule set I created to only allow twitter.com/McAfee, while other twitter calls are blocked. The rule basically simply allows twitter.com/McAfee but blocks all other calls to Social Media websites, by blocking this category. You need to ensure that it does not interfere with your existing URL filter setup, e.g. remove twitter or Social Media blocks from your existing policy, otherwise twitter will remain completely blocked.


          Also the rule set requires SSL scanner. It won't do anything without SSL Scanner enabled.


          Users in the AD Group "Access Twitter" can access twitter. All others are limited to twitter.com/McAfee.





          Nachricht geändert durch asabban on 06.11.13 10:14:54 MEZ