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winkelman

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Is it possible to block downloads of certain filetypes (i.e. *.exe, *.scr, etc.) for the HTTP protocol? This can be done for FTP, but I can't find a similar option for HTTP...

I would really (REALLY! Evil or Very Mad ) like to block these things for my websurfers. Would save me so much trouble with 'funny screensavers' and such that my users tend to download and mess-up there computers with...
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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KWF manual - chapter 7.1 "URL rules"
http://www.kerio.com/manual/kwf/en/ch07s01.html

You can block filetypes by file name, extension or MIME type.
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winkelman

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Thank you Pavel for your quick reply!

I got it to work by entering at the URL matching criteria:
URL begins with: *.exe
(as example for exe-files)

This indeed works. I hadn't thought of this, sorry Rolling Eyes

[Updated on: Tue, 28 June 2005 17:20]

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