How to control Internet Access in Windows Server 2003 network

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Internet access
ISA Server
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 Networking
Windows Server Security
I am using Windows Server-2003 with ISA Server and controlling internet access for the client computers. But I am not satisfiede with it. I will be thankful and grateful if any one can suggest zero cost solution for the same. Regards Rashid

Software/Hardware used:
Intel Xenon 2.33 GHz, 4GB Ram OS-Windows Server-2003

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Hello Cybersol,

I think we won’t be able to help you very much without further information about what makes you “not satisfied with it”.

You need to provide us some insights about your scenario, what you need to have and current difficulties…

I also have deployed ISA Server in several of my costumers some years now and it is a very good and reliable (Layer 7) Proxy/Firewall. Of course this is always

For free, you may try <a href=”http://www.untangle.com/”>Untangle</a>, <a href=”http://www.pfsense.org/”>PFence</a>, <a href=”http://www.smoothwall.org/”>Smoothwall</a> or <a href=”http://m0n0.ch/wall/”>Monowall</a>.

Once more, depending on what you need/want you might not be able to replicate everything you can do with ISA Server in any other of my suggestions.

HTH

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    I second the suggestion of trying Untangle. We demoed it a while back and it seemed to be a very good fit for controlling Internet access. You gain a few nice features related to linking configurations and reporting to Active Directory (and other things which elude me at present) in their paid version. I'd definitely give it a shot, even if you end up using just their free version forever.
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