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Dynamic Blacklist Registry Paths
The dynamic blacklist additions are placed in a per-user registry location as follows: These registry paths contain a list:
For Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8 in non-protected mode:
For Internet Explorer 8 in protected mode, (Note: user SID specific path):
Flash URL blacklist
This setting specifies Web sites whose Flash content is rendered on the server. Flash content on unlisted Web sites is rendered on the user device.
When adding this setting to a policy, make sure the Flash acceleration setting is present and set to Enabled. Otherwise, Web sites listed in the URL blacklist are ignored.
Listed URL strings do not need the http:// or https:// prefix. These prefixes are ignored if found. Wildcards (*) are valid at the beginning and end of a URL
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