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The choice to add a bypass code to your security policy is optional. When you choose to add a bypass code in conjunction with a security policy, the bypass code does not directly affect networks, DNS forwarding proxies, or Endpoints. What the bypass code controls is dependent on how the bypass code is configured. Bypass codes only work when used with the Block-Redirect action. This is the only means of interacting with the DNS response. For more information, see Using Bypass Codes.

To set your bypass codes for the security policy, complete the following:

  1. On the Bypass Codes page of the Create New Security Policy wizard, complete the following:

    • Choose the applicable bypass codes from the AVAILABLE table and move them to the SELECTED table using theicon.

    • You can click the  icon to select all the bypass codes.

    • You can also search for a specific bypass code using the Search function.

    • To remove an object from the SELECTED table, click theor the  icon.

  2. After you choose the bypass codes, you can proceed to the Summary page to review your configuration.

  3. Click Next in the wizard to view the summary.

For information about other tasks in creating a new security policy, see the following:

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