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    Re-Directing ISA destination sets

    Hi all,

    We currently use an in house ISA server with a destination set created which blocks :twisted: certain websites. This points all blocked sites to the page of College.lea.sch.uk/blcoked.htm.

    We would like to change where this points to or even better remove the url from appearing the address bar at all.

    Is anyone aware of how this can be done or can it only be done when actually setting up and configuring the destination set origionally :?:

    If there is a way of just telling that page not to display the URL that most probably would be best as i presume we can just edit the html script etc.

    I have included a print screen of the ISA server and the destination set below.

    All ideas welcome :!:
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    Re: Re-Directing ISA destination sets

    Just to let everyone know, i have disco0vered it, yay :!: ops:

    If anyone still has any ideas on how to not display the URL, ideas are still welcome on that.

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