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Only Allow Access to an HTTPS webpage via Squid Proxy

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     I am trying to setup a Squid proxy that will only allow access to google drive. Basically, I have a computer that is on a manufacturing floor so that employees can update a shared production log hosted in google drive. I have installed Squid on a CentOS VM and have it up and running, but I'm a bit confused as to what rules to enable to allow only access to Google Drive, since it's encrypted via HTTPS. Thanks for any help!
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