Ristricting sites in group polices on server 2000

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hey, i recently tried to restrict certain sites in group polices for a particular group on my network, however the restriction seems to have replicated itsel to the other policies on the network including me the administrator. I went thru the group policies etc., internet securities, so on and so forth, and added the sites' URL in the restrict tab and set the security measures, however all the clients have to do is change the URL to gain access to site for eg. i restricted http://www.myspace.com then some of them simple type http://myspace.com or http://browseusers.myspace.com and gain access. so is there a way to restrict a site as well as everything that might lead to it.

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There are several solutions to your problem as you may have guessed. Are you wanting to use AD to block them still? or use a filtering device like the R3000 or proxy?

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