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Mahmood_tala

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Hi
I using kerio connect 8.4.0 .
I have a Traffic rule to domain users can access a service.
i want to exclude 2 users or 2 ip address or 2 computer for this rules.[Such as TMG 2010 can insert exclusion item such as ip, users, computer or etc. in one rule]
i do not want to create 2 rules for this subject.
Can anyone advise me?

traffic rules: source:Domain Users -> destination: Internet Interfaces -> Service: FTP -> Allow
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Exclude option like as: Sales group


[Updated on: Tue, 28 October 2014 10:50]

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ksnyder

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If you want to exclude users from the rule, add them to a group and define a rule that applies to this group and move it above the rule that applies to all others.

If you want to exclude IP addresses, you'll want to add those IP addresses to an IP Address Group. Then do the same thing...define a rule that applies to this IP address group and move the rule above the rule that applies to all other IP addresses/groups.

Ken Snyder
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