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ISA 2004- block Google accounts logon page

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How can I block this page with ISA 2004-

https://www.google.com/accounts/Login

Blocking https sites I cannot use the /accounts/Login folder structure.
If I block https://www.google.com* then I also block http://www.google.com which I want to allow.

We are trying to restrict access to GMail (I have already blocked all the other URLs for GMail) but users can still get to it via the link above.

Thanks!
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Keith Alabaster earned 500 total points
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Create a rule before the normal web access rule that blocks port 443 to *.google.com, *.google.co.uk etc
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