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How would you determine which rules you were being accessed in a bluecoat proxy server policy?
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ujitnosCommented:
In the VPM of the policy, create a rule for your IP and in acition tab, select "None" (select Delete) and then configure a track
Now navigate to https://<>ip address of proxy:8082/policy
There first select "Delete all policy traces".
Now access the required site from your IP nad refresh the above mentioned URL. N ow if your IP has hit the track rule, it will be shown as a link which u can click and view.
 
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EllushCommented:
The link ujitnos talks about has the name you configured in Track column (1.png)
The track object should be set to verbose (2.png)
The results can be seen at https://<>ip address of proxy:8082/policy (3.png)
You should view the output and look for MATCH at the beginning of the line - this way you would know which rules had been applied

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