ISA 2004 *.Domain.* restricitons

Using ISA 2004, I wish to restrict domains by name.

I am using the "System Policy Allowed Sites", and within here how can i make it so that the users can visit www.microsoft.com www.microsoft.co.uk www. microsoft.de  etc without typing in each domain separately. Is there a command like *.Microsoft.* that will allow all extensions ?
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
The domain set used by 'System Policy Allowed sites' only allows the * at the front of the name; not at the rear.

Alternatives would be to create computer objects giving the ip addresses of the web servers required (long-winded but works).
ISA2006 does allow wildcards at the front and rear of the domain set.

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j4jackAuthor Commented:
Thanks !
Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Cheers
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