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How do I use a wildcard mask in VPM policy (Bluecoat proxy)

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http://www.debianadmin.com – How do I use a wildcard mask in VPM policy (Bluecoat proxy) Solution To place a wildcard mask into the VPM policy object, use (.*). An asterisk only (*) will not work. For example, "http://www.mrbean.com/*/xyz" won't work. However, "http://www.mrbean.com/(.*)/xyz" will. Related content: ScreenOS support NAT in Transparent mode (Layer 2 mode) Install d4x Download manager in Ubuntu Howto install Java6 on debian Etch GPRS in Debian GNU/Linux with mobile phone Siemens ME45 NTP Server and Client Configuration in debian (Distributions)