Re: IIS specific IPs and urlscan

From: Wayne MJ (
Date: 11/14/02

From: "Wayne MJ" <>
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 21:25:14 +1000

"David Wang [MS]" <> wrote in message
> It is not possible with URLScan.
> You can set IPRestriction on IIS to achieve the same thing, though.

What I meant by "ignore" was when a certain subnet connects to the website, it will not get parsed
by the urlscan.

For example has unrestricted access, but everything else is processed via urlscan.

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