Which applications can be controlled by Blue Coat's Application Filtering and which types of control can be applied to those applications?


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List of Web Applications as of SGOS 6.5.1.1

 

AIM ExpressEvernoteLycos SearchPChomeWebEx
AOL MailFC2 BlogMLBPandoraWebde SmartDrive
AmazonFacebookMail.ru MailPastebinWebhard
Amazon Cloud DriveFacebook PluginsMediaFirePayPalWeibo
Amazon Instant VideoFlickrMeeboPengyouWer-kennt-wen
AmebaFox SportsMegavideoPicasaWetransfer
AskFriendsterMetacafePinterestWikipedia
Baidu SearchGMX FreeMailMicrosoft UpdatePlurkWindows Live Messenger
BeboGamer.com.twMixiQQ MailWindows Live SkyDrive
Bing SearchGmailMobileMe EmailQQ SpaceWordPress
BlockbusterGoToMeetingMobileMe iDiskQQ WeiboWretch
BloggerGoogle Cloud PrintMySpaceRakutenXing
BoxGoogle DocsNBARenrenYahoo Mail
BreakGoogle MusicNFLScribdYahoo Search
ClassmatesGoogle ReaderNate MailSinaYahoo Web Messenger
Comcast MailGoogle SearchNate SearchSymantec Live UpdateYammer
CraigslistGoogle TalkNaver BlogTellyYandex Mail
Cyworld BlogGooglePlusNaver MailTudouYandex Search
DailymotionGooglePlus WidgetsNaver NdriveTumblrYouSendIt
Daum BlogGrouponNetflixTwitpicYouTube
Daum CloudHotmailNiconicoTwitterYouku
Daum MailHuluNingTwitter Widgetshi5
DiggImgurOdnoklassnikiTypepadiCloud Mail
DisqusJustintvOffice 365 ExchangeUstreamiTunes Store
DropboxKaixinOffice 365 SharepointVKontaktemeinVZ
ESPNLastfmOpenDriveVimeostudiVZ
EbayLinkedinOrange SearchVyewucloud
EtradeLiveJournalOrkutWeb.de FreeMail 

 

List of Web Applications operations as of SGOS 6.5.1.2

 

Download AttachmentModify Files
Download AudioPlay Media
Download BookPlay Video
Download FilesPost Messages
Download SoftwareSend Email
Download VideoUpdate Software
Host MeetingUpload Attachment
Join MeetingUpload Files
LoginUpload Media
Manage ProfileUpload Pictures
Manage SettingsUpload Videos

 

This information can also be extracted directly from the ProxySG via the CLI

once you've entered configuration mode

#(config) content-filter

This changes the prompt to:

#(config bluecoat)

#(config content-filter) bluecoat

This changes the prompt to:

 #(config bluecoat) view applications

View supported application names.

#(config bluecoat) view operations all|<application name>

View supported application operations.

 

 

 

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First Published      10/01/2014
Last Modified      10/01/2014
Last Published      10/01/2014
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Product      ProxySG
Topic      Content Filtering
Article Number      000015836
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