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ISA server policy controlliing downloading content

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Dear,

i have windows 2003 server network having isa server 2004 as a firewall.
i want to create one policy for controlling downloads with extention .wmv,.dat,.avi,.dap,mpg,mp3,mp4 like that. Is it possible to controll by creating policy ?
If not how can i do that through isa server 2004.
Please help me.
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Yes, it is possible. You can create a new firewall policy and deny based on content types (select Video and Audio in "Content Types" tab). Make sure you put this policy above the existing internet access policy.

Hope this helps.

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