Configure and upload a top-level domains list text file

When configuring a top-level domains list, you can upload text files that contain top-level domains. This procedure expedites the list configuration process because it allows you to add multiple top-level domains at once.

You can modify template text files that you downloaded from Enterprise Threat Protector (ETP) or you can create separate text files that contain the top-level domains you need.

  • You must be an ETP administrator to upload list text files.
  • Each top-level domain must be on a separate line in the text file.
  • Make sure to omit the dot before the top-level domain.
  • You cannot create a top-level domains list that contains the com, org, and net top-level domains.
  • If you are modifying a template file, replace the examples in the text file with the top-level domains you want to add.

To download a template file where you can enter and upload list content, see Download a list template file. If you prefer adding top-level domains without using text files, see Add a top-level domain list.

How to

  1. In a new text file or a downloaded template text file, enter top-level domains. Each entry must be on a separate line. If you are modifying a template file, replace the top-level domains included in the file with the domains you want to add to the list.
  2. Save the file to an accessible location on your computer.
  3. If you are not already on the configuration page for a top-level domains list:
    1. In the Enterprise Center navigation menu, select Policies > Lists.
    2. Click the name of the top-level domains list that you want to edit or click the edit icon that appears when you hover over the list.
  4. Upload the text file that you configured:
    1. Click the upload icon.
    2. In the browser file search window, locate and select the text file you need.

Next steps

Deploy these configuration changes to the ETP network. For more information see Deploy configuration changes.