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Prohibit download certain files with ISA Server 2004

Posted on 2006-07-14
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How can I prohibit to my users download pps wav mp3 or certain kind of files that my boss want to cancell with ISA Server 2004?, Is there any guide on the web?

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Right-click the outgoing allow rule and select configure http
Amend the content types to block the downloads as per the requirement.
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Thank you :)
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Thank you very much for your assistance :)
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