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How do I block Facebook Access using Websense Triton

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Hi Guys and Gals this should be a a long one but All I need to do is create a rule in Websense Triton to block users from accessing facebook and Gmail, Please any help would be greatly appreciated as at the moment I don't have time to research this and any Websense Gurus would know this immediately.
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facebook has fixed IP globally, just deny connecting it.
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Sorry lads I haven't been able to attend to this yet as I need to fly to site as they down but will update it as soon as I am back there
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