08-25-2016 06:54 AM
08-25-2016 08:23 AM
You would have to have a specific rule that is associated with a File Blocking profile, simply build a rule above that one without your File Blocking profile assigned and then it will work perfectly fine.
08-25-2016 08:35 AM - edited 08-25-2016 08:36 AM
That was my thoughts excatly, however I am not getting the desired behavior. I've create a new security poliy rule above the one that contains the default file blocking one...in this new rule I have file blocking profile set to none. For the second part of my qusestion, trying limit this rule to hit only on a specific URL I've done the following.
Create a new custom URL category called FileDownloadURLs, within that Custom URL category I've put in *.service-now.com which is the specific URL we want to allow file uploads and downloads.
Now back to the security rule I created above, I've selected in URL Category section the "FileDownloadURLs" custom category Icreated.
Issue is when browsing to the site and tyring to upload, I am seeing in the threat logs it is being blocked by the security policy at the bottom? So it's not hitting the one I created.
Before I go more into this...Is this the best way to limit file downloads based on a single URL or domain?
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