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Creating a limited access filter
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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Use the Add Limited Access Filter page (accessed via the Filters or Edit Policy page) to give your new filter a unique name and a description. After creating the filter, enter a list of permitted URLs, assign the filter to a policy, and apply the policy to clients.
1.
Enter a unique Filter name. The name must be between 1 and 50 characters long, and cannot include any of the following characters:
* < > ` ' { } ~ ! $ % & @ # " [ ] | \ ^ + = ? / ; : . ,
Filter names can include spaces, dashes, and apostrophes.
2.
Enter a short Description of the filter. This description appears next to the filter name in the Limited Access Filters section of the Filters page, and should explain the filter's purpose to help administrators manage policies over time.
The character restrictions that apply to filter names also apply to descriptions, with 4 exceptions; periods (.), commas (.), and brackets ([ ]) can be included in descriptions.
3.
To see and edit the new filter, click OK. To abandon your changes and return to the Filters page, click Cancel.
When you create a new limited access filter, it is added to the Policy Management > Filters > Limited Access Filters list. Click a filter name to edit the filter.
To finish customizing your new filter, continue with Editing a limited access filter.

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