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    Content groups specify Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) types and file name extensions. When you create a site and content rule or a bandwidth rule, you can limit the rule application to specific content groups.
    View case studies, find partners and applications for Digital Content Creation on the Windows High Performance Computing Server system.
    To configure content for a site and content rule In the console tree of ISA Management, click Site and Content Rules.
    You can grant or deny access to the Internet by creating site and content rules. Site and content rules determine if and when content on specific destination sets can be accessed by users or client address sets.
    The scheduled cache content download service of Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server enables you to schedule content download from the Internet directly to the ISA Server cache.
    To allow others to view restricted or unrated content In Control Panel, open Internet Options. On the Content tab, under Content Advisor, click Enable. If you've already enabled Content Advisor, click Settings, and then type the supervisor password.
    When you configure a drive for caching, Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server creates a cache content file on that drive with the .cdat extension.
    To create a site and content rule In the console tree of ISA Management, right-click Site and Content Rules, point to New, and then click Rule.

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