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How do I block or permit a URL for my entire role?
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
Delegated administrators can use the following steps to block or permit a URL for all managed clients in the role they manage:
 
Important 
If you create an exception that does not seem to be applied to your managed clients, use the Test Filtering tool to see if another exception is overriding the one that you created (see Test Filtering).
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Go to the Policy Management > Exceptions page and click Add.
2.
Enter a unique Name for the exception.
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Enter the URL that you want to permit or block.
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By default, the exception is set to apply to All managed clients in this role.
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By default, the exception is set to Block the URL. To change this, set the Type to Permit.
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Click OK to cache the change, then click Save and Deploy to implement it.

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