You can use vdmutil commands to manage your URL content redirection settings.

You must specify the --authAs, --authDomain, and --authPassword options with all commands. For more information, see Using the vdmutil Command-Line Utility.

Displaying Settings

Run the vdmutil command with the --listURLSetting option to list the names of all configured URL content redirection settings.

vdmutil --listURLSetting

Run the vdmutil command with the --readURLSetting to view detailed information about a particular URL content redirection setting.

vdmutil --readURLSetting --urlSettingName value

Deleting a Setting

Run the vdmutil command with the --deleteURLSetting option to delete a URL content redirection setting.

vdmutil --deleteURLSetting --urlSettingName value

Disabling and Enabling a Setting

Run the vdmutil command with the --disableURLSetting option to disable a URL content redirection setting.

vdmutil --disableURLSetting --urlSettingName value

Run the vdmutil with the --enableURLSetting option to enable a URL content redirection setting that was disabled.

vdmutil --enableURLSetting --urlSettingName value

Removing a User or Group From a Setting

Run the vdmutil command with the --removeUserURLSetting option to remove a user from a URL content redirection setting.

vdmutil --removeUserURLSetting --urlSettingName value --userName value

Run the vdmutil command with the --removeGroupURLSetting option to remove a group from a URL content redirection setting.

vdmutil --removeGroupURLSetting --urlSettingName value --userGroup value

Use the format domain\username or domain\groupname when specifying a user or group name.