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Fortigate 200D URL Filter Will "Allow" But Not "Block"

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Something odd is happening with our Fortigate 200D. When we set a site in the URL filter to block, nothing happens. Things work properly for sites we allow, though.
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how does the log say? did you try trace the packets from one side of the to-be-block yet allowed connection(s)?
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How  exactly are your rules laid out? Sometimes rule processing order is the key.
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