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Re: IP/Domain Name restriction with IIS
From: Gremlin <cybercat13 () cox net>
Date: Sat, 07 Jan 2006 01:08:49 -0500

Accoording to my system administrator's when they tried to apply Domain Name restritions to a website it blocked all internet access to that website. The system administrator's have found no way to limit access to a website by either IP or Domain name restriction that works. What I am looking for is third party confirmation one way or the other.

Roger A. Grimes wrote:

Describe what "does not work" means. It works as designed. Are your
admins reporting an easy way to get around them, or something like that?

Roger

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-----Original Message-----
From: cybercat13 () cox net [mailto:cybercat13 () cox net] Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 11:10 PM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: IP/Domain Name restriction with IIS

Can anyone tell me if IP/Domain Name restriction works on a system
running IIS 6 and Windows 2003 Server?  The system administrators I am
working with say it does not work.  The system domain name restrictions
was tried on block everyone from the website. Any comments would be greatly appreciated.


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