After choosing “Add”, you will see the permitting proxy rule settings window. In this window there are the following fields:
By default all fields are empty which implies matching any value in each field. Thus if you create a default permitting proxy rule and apply it to a user or a group, the proxy-server will allow any of user's or group's HTTP, HTTPS and FTP communication that go through ICS CUBE. You can check which values are acceptable when you place the cursor over the field, or you can choose a value from the drop-down list containing objects that are already known to ICS CUBE.
The “Allow traffic even if the user is disabled” checkbox means that even if user has been disabled or his quota has been exceeded, he will still has access to the resources that are set in the rule.
Comment. In adding a proxy-server rule it is possible to use a construct like - <.domain>, this construct means only sub-domains. For example, .google.com in proxy deny rule will open access to google.com, but denied it to mail.google.com, drive.google.com and etc.