proxysg- need to allow only subdomain

I need a solution

Hi Team,

We need to allow only this url: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1es3OPBl312il9Ez73PxGh-23hIC4DklD

but drive.google.com ( file storage/Sharing  category.) should be blocked.

i have tried below CPL rule but no luck. We have configured SSL interception for this drive.googl.com

<proxy>
url.domain=”drive.google.com” url.path.prefix=”drive/folders/1es3OPBl312il9Ez73PxGh-23hIC4DklD” allow

http.method=CONNECT url.domain=//drive.google.com/ Allow

 but everying blocked. We couldnt access this url also.

But when we add the url drive.google.com in the whitelist, we can able to access endire domains. we need to allow only that specific url

Plese advise.

Thanks,

Ram

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