1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 10, 2014 9:43 AM by sroering

    Global Whitelist and subsequent rules

    jspanitz

      Came across this the other day when an associate worked a case with McAfee Support.

       

      A website was already in the "Global Whitelist" ruleset.  Support had us add a rule in the ruleset just above the Whitelist rule (Action - Stop Cycle) for the same site but for Connection Timeout - extending it.

       

      My question is - if a site is whitelisted, do connection timeouts still come into play?  I never thought about this before and it raises a bunch of questions on how to actually get the Web Gateway out of the picture when trying to bypass a site.  What other settings can still be in play even though you have whitelisted a site?

       

      Message was edited by: jspanitz on 2/10/14 8:55:37 AM CST