File Rewriting Configuration Guide
A file resource profile controls access to resources on Windows server shares or UNIX servers.
File rewriting is a standard feature on all Connect Secure devices.
When creating a file resource profile, you must use the following formats when defining a resource policy's primary resource as well as its autopolicy resources.
Within these formats, the three components are:
•Server (required) - Possible values:
•Hostname - You may use the system variable <username> when defining the hostname.
•IP address - The IP address needs to be in the format: a.b.c.d
The leading two back slashes are required for Windows, non-Nfs resources.
•Share (required, Windows only) - The system variable <username> is allowed. Note that when the system tries to connect to a Windows file share, it connects to ports 445 and 139.
•Path (optional) - Special characters allowed include:
Matches any character. Note that you cannot use the * wildcard character when defining a resource profile's primary resource (that is, the Server/share field for Windows resources or the Server field for UNIX resources).
Matches any character except slash (/)
Matches exactly one character
Valid Windows resources include:
Valid UNIX resources include: