Web servers for which special Web content filter rules will be defined can be specified in the Exception sites tab.
Exceptions for individual Web servers can be helpful especially when general content filter rules (in the Ad blocking and Privacy tabs) cause that certain Web pages or some of their items do not function (i.e. new windows cannot be opened, it is not possible to login through an email address, etc.), or that they will be completely blocked (according to ads filtering rules). Before you define an exceptional rules for a server, consider carefully whether the server is trustful or not and which types of objects (scripts, cookies, private data) are really required for smooth functionality of pages on this server.
The Exception tab includes one predefined rule. This rule allows automatic Microsoft updates and allows updates from
Use theor the button to open a dialog where exceptions can be defined.
Use the WWW Server tab to specify Web server name. Names can be specified by wildcard characters or by regular expressions (see description of the Ad blocking in chapter 14.1. The Ad Blocking tab).
The Blocking and the Privacy tabs provide similar functions as the same tabs in the Web section. However, in this case individual parameters are applied for a selected Web server only.