|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
Sets the destinations to which the rule applies.
FPCSiteAndContentRule.SetDestination( DestType, sDestSet, ItemScope )
HRESULT SetDestination ( FpcDestinationSelection DestType, BSTR sDestSet, FpcItemScope ItemScope );
When ISA Server processes a request for which path processing is not supported (for example, any non-HTTP request), ISA Server ignores all destinations for which a path is specified. This does not imply that ISA Server ignores the rule that references the destination. For example, assume that you have a rule that denies access to two destinations: //example.microsoft.com/example and widgets.microsoft.com. A request to access Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) content from example.microsoft.com will not be denied. A request to access NNTP content from widgets.microsoft.com will be denied.