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Managing exceptions
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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Use the Policy Management > Exceptions page to review, edit, or delete existing exceptions, or to add new exceptions.
Super Administrators see all exceptions, regardless of the role in which they were created. Delegated administrators see all exceptions that affect their current role. For more information about how exceptions are ordered in the list, see How are exceptions organized?.
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If the exception is defined with referer information and no URLs or regular expressions were specified in the exception, text in this column explains that access to all URLs is permitted if accessed from a referer site.
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Global exceptions that can be overridden by delegated administrators are marked with an icon in the Clients column (see Overriding an exception).
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The exceptions list also shows:
Use the Filter drop-down list to display only exceptions with specified characteristics. The following filters are available:
You can also use the Search fields to limit which exceptions are displayed:
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Click Search.
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To create a new exception, click Add. See Adding or editing an exception for instructions.
To edit an existing exception, click the exception name, or mark the check box next to one or more exceptions, and then click Edit. See Adding or editing an exception or Editing multiple exceptions at the same time for instructions.
To remove an exception, mark the check box next to the exception name, and then click Delete.

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