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How do I block or permit a URL for one person?
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
Super Administrators can use the following steps to block or permit a URL for a single client in the network, regardless of the client's role.
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Go to the Policy Management > Exceptions page and click Add.
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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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Select a user or group name from the list, or click Search to find a user or group in your user directory.
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When you have identified the client that you want to add, use the appropriate right arrow (>) button to move the client to the Selected list, then click OK.
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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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