Knowledgebase: dotDefender for IIS
Adding an administrator email address to the Blocked-Request page
Posted by - NA -, Last modified by on 17 December 2008 05:38 PM
dotDefender includes a feature which enables the addition of a link to the Blocked Request page, which is the page users receive when their request is blocked. This link, when selected by the user, creates an email message which includes the Reference ID, client IP and date. To use this feature, follow the instructions below:

  1. Open the dotDefender Administration console.
  2. Select the security profile of your choice, or select the Default Security Profile, if the site for which you wish to add the link, is using the Default Security Profile.
  3. On the right pane, in the Error Page section, type an email address in the “Email address for blocked request report” field.
  4. Choose whether to use the Default error page or use a custom error page as a Blocked-Request message. If a custom error page is selected, type the local path to the file and verify it has the appropriate permissions (It is recommended to use a file located in the wwwroot or subdirectories).
  5. Press the Apply Changes (Green arrow) button in the top toolbar for settings to take effect.
  6. Edit the Blocked-Request error page - Add the string: %MAILTO_BLOCK% (In capital letters) anywhere in the body section of the error page.
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