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1. In the IIS window, select the SecureAuth IdP realm from the tree view pane

2. On the target pane, double-click the URL Rewrite icon

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3. On the URL Rewrite pane, on the Actions section in the upper right corner, click Add Rule(s) to create the first rule (i.e. to allow internal access to remain on this realm)

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4. On the Add Rule(s) dialog, select Request blocking and click OK 

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5. On the Add Request Blocking Rule dialog, select User-agent Header from the Block access based on dropdown

6. Select Matches the Pattern from the Block request that dropdown

7. Enter the Pattern (User-agent Header) using the format midp|mobile|phone|android|iphone|ipad – note each word in the pattern is separated by a pipe character ( | ) without any spaces

8. Select Regular Expressions from the Using dropdown

9. Select Send an HTTP 403 (Forbidden Response) from the How to block dropdown

10. Click OK

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11. Double-click the newly created rule to edit the settings for that rule

12. On the Edit Inbound Rule pane, select Redirect from the Action type dropdown

13. On the Actions section in the upper right corner, click Apply

The newly configured mobile redirect rule can be renamed to a more descriptive name such as "MobileRedirectRule"

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