I'm trying to figure if if I can use wild cards when constructing a filter in Monitor -> URL Filtering. I want to get all records that contain '@*.domain.com'.
My current filter is ( url contains '@staff.domain.com' ) what I want is ( url contains '@*domain.com' )
Can this be done?
Sure you can do this in the URL log, but make sure you put the '.' in. So your query would look like this:
(url contains '*.domain.com')
hope this helps,
Hey thanks Ben, but unfortunately this is not returning any data?? My query is ( url contains '*.domain.com' )
but is not returning anything, however if I do ( url contians 'staff.domain.com' ) I get the data I expect.
Not sure why this is.
I don't have a device at hand to test this at the moment unfortunately, it was my understanding that this query would work. Do you get any results when running a custom report with the query?
I've had a chance to have a go myself, looks this you can't do this unfortunately. My advice would be to add all the sites you want to search for to a custom URL filtering category, that way you can do a search on the category. You can use wildcards in custom categories.
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