Restrict Internet Access

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
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How to restrict certain user access internet in windows 2003 server domain

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You can allow or restrict Internet access very granularly using ISA Server. Preventing users from accessing the Internet relying solely on Windows Server and Active Directory can be done by configuring the proxy settings in Internet Explorer group policy objects. This is easier than manipulating the network configuration for each user on each computer, particularly if the users roam from computer to computer.

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  • VeronicaG
    I know easy-to-use tool that allows to restrict certain user internet access Ez Internet Timer . I use it control my children’s online activity and block Internet browsers, e-mails, ftps and charting programs like MSN, ICQ, etc. Maybe it will suits someone's requirements.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    This depends on exactly what you're trying to do. Do you want to restrict all Internet access? Just certain protocols or apps? You can restrict Internet Explorer but that doesn't do much good when the user downloads and installs Firefox or Opera. You could do it at your firewall via IP or MAC address filtering. Can you give more details?
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