NS 10.x- Is there an allow all from this domain option?

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Re: NS 10.x- Is there an allow all from this domain option?

by Tomatix » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:25 pm

NS 10.x- Is there an allow all from this domain option?

by Galvin » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:14 pm

Its quite annoying I have to allow a.b.c, then allow sub.b.c, sub2.b.c. I'm already trusting a.b.c, anything inside the domain i'm going to trust anyway.
Could of sworn the old NS had this option. Ad blocker has this option.

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