Add a list to a policy

If you want to associate a custom, top-level domains list, exception, or file hash list to a policy, you must add the list to the policy.

You must be an ETP administrator to perform this task. If you are a delegated administrator or a tenant administrator, you can modify the policy you created or the policies that you are allowed to access.

How to

  1. In the navigation menu, select Configuration > Policies.
    Note: If you are trying the new Enterprise Center interface, in the navigation menu, select Policies > Policies.
  2. If you are modifying an existing policy, click the name of the policy that you want to edit.
  3. Click the Custom Lists tab.
  4. For a custom, top-level domains, exception list, or file hash list, click the chain icon.
  5. In the pop-up window, select one or more lists and click Associate.
  6. To define a policy action for all known threats in a custom list, select an action from the menu beside the Known option. Otherwise, expand the Known option. Complete these steps:
    1. In the Action menu, select an action.
    2. If you select the Block action, you can select a specific response to the user. In the Response to User menu, select a response.
    3. If Error Page is selected as a response to the user and you want to direct traffic to Security Connector, in the Security Connector menu, select a security connector.
  7. If you want to configure the same policy actions to suspected threats in a custom list, in the menu beside the Suspected option, select Same as Known. Otherwise, expand the Suspected option, and complete steps 6a to 6c.
  8. To define a policy action for all domains in a top-level domains list, select an action from the menu beside the All Domains option. Otherwise, expand the All Domains option. Complete steps 6a to 6c.
  9. Click Save.

Next steps

After you edit a policy, you must deploy the configuration changes to the ETP network. For instructions see Deploy configuration changes.