|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
The FPCDestination object represents a destination that the Web proxy can access. Destinations are grouped in an FPCDestinationSet collection, which you can use to define site and content rules, publishing rules, or routing rules. For example, you can create a destination set that contains sport sites, and define a rule that prohibits access to these destinations during work hours.
A destination consists of two parts — a host description and a path within this host. For example, in "www.microsoft.com/scripting", "www.microsoft.com" is the host and "scripting" is the path. A host can be specified by domain name, IP address, or an IP range denoted by a From and To pair of settings.
An FPCDestination object is a member of an FPCDestinationSet collection.
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This object implements the IFPCDestination interface.
The following table lists the methods of the FPCDestination object.
|SetDestinationAsDomain||Sets the host definition by stating a host name.|
|SetDestinationAsIpRange||Sets the host definition by stating a range of IP addresses.|
|SetDestinationAsSingleIP||Sets the host definition by stating its IP address.|
The following table lists the properties of the FPCDestination object.
|DomainName||Gets the destination host name; for example, "www.microsoft.com".|
|Ip_From||Gets the lower-bound IP address.|
|Ip_To||Gets the upper-bound IP address.|
|Path||Gets or sets the host's path.|
|Type||Gets the destination type.|
|VendorParametersSets||Not implemented for this object..|
Windows NT/2000: Requires Windows 2000.
Version: Requires ISA Server 2000.