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    Untangle Ninja gotkimchi's Avatar
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    this doesn't answer your exact question, however, it can be used to block download.
    if the URL has the word "download", it will get blocked.


    The result will be:
    to be understood, you must first understand. :)
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    Right, what I was saying is that the download accelerator you're pointing at, as well as many others simply don't function behind a UT by default. This means that while the application can claim all this bandwidth usage, it cannot actually use it.

    If you're wanting to prevent all web based downloads that is a different story. I'm just pointing out that the download manager you're showing here isn't any different than the browser grabbing the file itself. All thanks to Untangle.
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    Got it sky-night

    I hope someday that Untangle could also control web-based downloads...

    Thank you so much for the enlightenment everyone

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