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When a user receives a blocked DNS query request when attempting to access blocked web-based content, the end-user can request a bypass code from the network administrator allowing the user to enter the bypass code on the access denied screen and access the blocked content. The Bypass Codes page provides comprehensive information on your organization’s bypass codes. Bypass code information is displayed on the page along with each bypass code’s configuration. For more information about bypass code, see Using Bypass Codes.

To view the bypass codes for your organization, perform the following:

  1. From the Cloud Services Portal, click Administration -> Bypass Codes.
  2. On the Bypass Codes page, the following information is displayed.
    • Name: The name of the bypass code.
    • Description: A description of the bypass code.
    • Value: A six-digit, system-generated, alphanumeric identifier tied to the bypass code
    • Category Filters: Displays the number of category filters associated with a bypass code. By clicking on the category filter entry, the names of the category filters associated with the bypass code can be viewed.  
    • Application Filters: Displays the number of application filters associated with a bypass code. By clicking on the application filter entry, the names of the application filters associated with the bypass code can be viewed.
    • Custom Lists: Displays the number of custom lists associated with a bypass code. By clicking on the custom lists entry, the names of the custom lists associated with the bypass code can be viewed.
    • Threat Feeds: Displays the number of threat feeds associated with a bypass code. By clicking on the threat feeds entry, the names of the threat feeds associated with the bypass code can be viewed.
    • Status: Displays the operational status of the bypass code (active or inactive) based on the date set.

You can also do the following in this tab:

  • Click to select the columns you want to display or use the arrow keys to reorder the columns.

  • Click  -> Edit to modify a bypass code. You can also select the respective bypass code and click the Edit button to do so.

  • Click -> Remove to delete a bypass code. You can also select the respective bypass code and click the Remove button to do so.

  • Select a bypass code to view additional details in the right panel. You can view additional details about the bypass code such as name, code value, category filters, custom lists, feeds and Threat Insight (creation and expiry times and dates), and associated security policies (creation and last updated times and dates). You can collapse the right panel by clicking.

  • Enter the value that you want to search in the Search text box. The Cloud Services Portal displays the list of records that match the keyword in the text box.

You can perform the following actions in this tab:


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