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Can someone explain how works "Redirect to URL" within HTTP Rule in KWF 6.0.0?

Becuase reading the manual does not see anything about Redirect to URL.

Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Tue, 15 June 2004 22:33]

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Denial options
Advanced options for denied pages. Whenever a user attempts to open a page that is denied by the rule, WinRoute will display:

a page informing the user that access to the required page is denied as it is blocked by the firewall. This page can also include an explanation of the denial (the Denial text item).

The Unlock button will be displayed in the page informing about the denial if the Users can Unlock this rule is ticked. Using this button users can force WinRoute to open the required page even though this site is denied by a URL rule. The page will be opened for 10 minutes. Each user can unlock a limited number of denied pages (up to 10 pages at once). All unlocked pages are logged in the Filter log (see chapter Filter Log).

Notes:

Only subscribed users are allowed to unlock rules.

If any modifications are done within URL rules, all unlock rules are removed immediately.

a blank page — user will not be informed why access to the required page was denied. It will be as if the server is unavailable and a connection could not be established.

another page — user's browser will be redirected to the specified URL. This option can be helpful for example to define a custom page with a warning that access to the particular page is denied.

from kwf 6.0.chm URL Rules chapter

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