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The most popular question our support engineers get is “How can I keep end-users from accessing Facebook on my company’s network connections?”
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While there are various ways to do this in Kerio Control UTM, the most straightforward is to create a content filtering rule:

On the Content Rules tab, click Add.
Type a name of the new rule.
Double-click Detected Content.
In the Content Rule - Detected Content dialog, click Add → URL and Hostname.
Type facebook.com into the Site field.
Check option Also apply to secured connections (HTTPS).
Click OK.
In the Content Rule - Detected Content dialog, click Add → URL and Hostname again.
Type www.facebook.com into the Site field.
Select option Hostname across all protocols.
Click OK.
Double-click Action.
In the Content Rule - Action dialog, select Deny in the Action drop-down menu.
Save the settings.

For detailed information, this Kerio Knowledge Base article shows you how.
Original article available on our blog.
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