|04 Aug 2014||#1|
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IE 11 content advisor will not allow sites
I am trying to setup what feels like pretty basic security.
Within IE you have content advisor. I want to block ALL websites and only allow a certain few, create a whitelist.
So I untick 'allow websites without a rating' and add the ones that I need access to in the approved list. The problem comes when I allow for example Microsoft Live (outlook.com) calendar. The URL for this appears to be random every time or when you go to a different part of the calendar it produces a completely different domain/url. So its impossible for me to add all these different urls to the allowed list.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
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