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How do i add site which contain multible site to the Content Advisor

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i'm looking for such a policy to enforce my user to browse only 1 web site, but the problem is each user once he login to the permitted site it will be redirected to the next page to start the exam, my question is :
if i have a site www.forexample.com
and this site contains many subpages
i.e. www.forexample.com/test1
www.forexample.com/test2
www.forexample.com/test1/page1
and ...
should i type all the subsites in the allowed list, or is there any way to add the site with all subsites.

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Are you referring to the Content Advisor from Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie6/using/howto/security/contentadv/config.mspx) ?

Take a look at this thread, I hope it helps:
http://www.msfn.org/board/Content-Advisor-t98029.html
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This means you can create wildcards like:

http://www.example.com/*
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