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Block all and allow some Apps or Url

Dear community,

I would like to share subject block all and allow some apps and url,
could you share your experience how to deploy meet your requirement? 

regard,
makara,

M.MAKARA
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Re: Block all and allow some Apps or Url

No, it's block what's not wanted only for Content filtering. With URL Fltering you'll have the chance to whitelist specific sites.

 

It's up to you to decide if this is a good idea or something that's not worth the effort (that it will be if you're trying to implement the policy you're referring to).

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Re: Block all and allow some Apps or Url

Hi @MakaraMEAS 

 

What tools do you have at your disposal, MX, Umbrella, MDM?  Deploying one or two of these would help address your query.

 

have a look at each.

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Re: Block all and allow some Apps or Url

@MakaraMEAS  of course you can leverage the  power of meraki dashboard with just a few clicks to block recreational apps and allow mission critical apps you can also block adult websites 

 

 

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Re: Block all and allow some Apps or Url

Hi @UCcert ,

how about MX only?

regard,
makara,

M.MAKARA
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Re: Block all and allow some Apps or Url

@merakichamp  as I wish to block all url and allow some category or o365 only, so it is possible to allow on content filtering? 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: Block all and allow some Apps or Url

No, it's block what's not wanted only for Content filtering. With URL Fltering you'll have the chance to whitelist specific sites.

 

It's up to you to decide if this is a good idea or something that's not worth the effort (that it will be if you're trying to implement the policy you're referring to).

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