Does the Order of DNS policies matter

Does the order of policies matter when it comes to DNS filtering?

If I have two policies that conflict which one takes precedence? Is it the policy at the top of the list?

Example: let’s say I have a policy that category blocks adult websites but then I make another policy that allows one specific adult website which takes effect? Since the newest policies are automatically added to the bottom would I need to move that new policy up the the top of the list?

It says Top to Bottom. Even if it didn’t, I still make sure to put an Allow before anything that might get blocked.

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Thank you. I don’t know how I’ve never noticed this document before.

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