Our disciplinary process here at the college involves restricting student's access to the Internet for one week when a breach of the computer usage agreement is committed.
This was achieved by adding our students to a policy in our content filter that allowed our internal IP range but nothing external.
However since migrating to Live@edu this was no longer applicable.
What we needed to do was add some additional domains so that access to live@edu can also happen. I raised a support call with Microsoft for a comprehensive list of associated domains and they came back with one...*live*. Not so. Below is the list of all domains I've allowed so that Live@edu can be served up.
Without allowing all of these, the page will either render very badly or most likely not at all. I was particularly annoyed at having to allow bing.
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