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Import settings into ISA Server 2006

Posted on 2008-11-18
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have set up ISA Server 2006 on a separate server using the single network adapter template. All it is doing is website filtering and Caching.
I have a few xml files that contain long lists of unsuitable websites and i would like to add them to my policy to block these websites.
How can i import these xml files into a url set or something like that so i can apply them to my filtering policy?
Question by:nealerocks
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Accepted Solution

Stephen Manderson earned 2000 total points
ID: 23028798
Hi there,
You can find a visual guide on how to do this here;

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Author Comment

ID: 23037573
Thanks! that was exactly what i was looking for

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