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Editing a limited access filter
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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A limited access filter is a list of URLs, IP addresses, and regular expressions, used to identify specific websites that users can access. When the filter is applied to clients, those clients cannot visit any site that is not in the list.
 
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Use the Policy Management > Filters > Edit Limited Access Filter page to make changes to an existing limited access filter. You can change the filter name and description, see a list of polices that enforce the filter, and manage which URLs, IP addresses, and regular expressions are included in the filter.
When you edit a limited access filter, the changes affect every policy that enforces the filter.
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Verify the filter name and description. To change the filter name, click Rename, and then enter the new name. The name is updated in all policies that enforce the selected limited access filter.
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Use the Policies using this filter field to see how many policies currently enforce this filter. If 1 or more policies enforce the filter, click View policies to list them.
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Enter one URL or IP address per line.
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Click the right arrow (>) to move the URLs and IP addresses to the Permitted sites list.
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The list will not be moved to the Permitted site list if the format of any of the expressions is not supported.
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See Using regular expressions for detailed information about using regular expressions for policy enforcement.
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After editing the filter, click OK to cache your changes and return to the Filters page. Changes are not implemented until you click Save and Deploy.

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