Syntax of custom categories in Kaspersky Security 8.0 for Microsoft SharePoint Server MP1

 

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Syntax of custom categories in Kaspersky Security 8.0 for Microsoft SharePoint Server MP1

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2013 Jul 26 ID: 10272
 
 
 
 

The following symbols and punctuation marks are ignored while searching for words and phrases in the documents:

  • Punctuation marks: comma (HTML code 44), period (HTML code 46), colon (HTML code 58), semicolon (HTML code 59), single and double quotes (HTML codes 39 and 34), angle quotes (HTML codes 171 and 187), hyphen (HTML code 45), en dash and em dash (HTML codes 8211 and 8212), ellipsis (HTML code 8230), parenthesis (HTML codes 40 and 41), square brackets (HTML codes 91 and 93), curly braces (HTML codes 123 and 125), less than and greater than signs (HTML codes 60 and 62), slash (HTML code 47);
  • Symbols: back slash (HTML code 92), degree sign ° (HTML code 176), ® (HTML code 174), ¦ (HTML code 166), ™ (HTML code 8482), √ (HTML code 8730), © (HTML code 169), № (HTML code 8470).

These symbols are forbidden: • (HTML code 149) and ‼ (HTML code 8252).

To add an unwanted word or phrase to a custom category:

  1. In the Administration Console tree, select and expand the node corresponding to the SharePoint server. Then select the Content filtering node.

  2. In the results pane, select the Words and phrases tab and in the List of categories select the custom category where you want to add a word or a phrase. 

  3. In the Category structure field, click Add. In the window that opens, type a word or a phrase in the corresponding field. Follow the rules for using characters in words and phrases.

  4. If you want the application to consider lower- or upper-case letters while searching for a word or a phrase, select the Case-sensitive check box. Click ОК.

 You can specify several words or phrases. Use the | symbol as a delimiter.

 
 
 
 
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