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FTP IPv4 Address and Domain Restrictions Page

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the IPv4 Address and Domain Restrictions feature page to define and manage rules that allow or deny access to content for a specific IPv4 address, a range of IPv4 addresses, or a domain name or names.

To configure restrictions based on domain names, you must first enable domain name restrictions by clicking Edit Feature Settings in the task list and by setting the Enable domain name restrictions option.

UI Element List

The following tables describe the UI elements that are available on the feature page and in the Actions pane.

Feature Page Elements

 

Element Name Description

Mode

Displays the type of rule. Values are either Allow or Deny. The Mode value indicates whether the rule is designed to allow or deny access to content.

Requestor

Displays a specific IP address, range of IP addresses, or domain name that is defined in the Add Allow Restriction Rule and Add Deny Restriction Rule dialog boxes. You can specifically allow or deny a requestor access to content.

Actions Pane Elements

 

Element Name Description

Add Allow Entry

Opens the Add Allow Restriction Rule dialog box from which you can define rules that allow access to content for a specific IP address, a range of IP addresses, or a DNS domain name.

Add Deny Entry

Opens the Add Deny Restriction Rule dialog box from which you can define rules that allow access to content for a specific IP address, a range of IP addresses, or a DNS domain name.

Remove

Removes the item that is selected from the list on the feature page.

Edit Feature Settings

Opens the Edit IP and Domain Restrictions Settings dialog box from which you can configure settings that apply to the entire IP and domain name restrictions feature.

Revert to Parent

Reverts the feature to inherit settings from the parent configuration. This action deletes local configuration settings, including items from the list, for this feature. This action is not available at the server level.

View Ordered List

Displays the list in order of configuration. When you select the ordered list format, you can only move items up and down in the list. Other actions in the Actions pane do not appear until you select the unordered list format.

Move Up

Moves a selected item up in the list. This action is available only when you view items in the ordered list format.

noteNote
When items in the list are reordered at a child level, the child will no longer inherit settings from the parent level (including any items that are added to or removed from the list at the parent level) after the list is reordered. If you want to inherit settings from a parent level, you must revert all the changes at the child level by using the Revert to Inherited action in the Actions pane.

Move Down

Moves a selected item down in the list. This action is available only when you view items in the ordered list format.

noteNote
When items in the list are reordered at a child level, the child will no longer inherit settings from the parent level (including any items that are added to or removed from the list at the parent level) after the list is reordered. If you want to inherit settings from a parent level, you must revert all the changes at the child level by using the Revert to Inherited action in the Actions pane.

View Unordered List

Displays the list in an unordered format. When you select the unordered list format, you can sort and group items in the list, and perform actions in the Actions pane.

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