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Is it possible to block Google Talk chat and not block other chat applications from the network using a Sonicwall firewall?
Just wondering if it is generally a policy to disable macros from Word, etc. Is there a safe macros list or should they all be disabled? How would I go about doing this across the network?
We want to block the websites facebook and twitter. We want those pages to redirect to a page displaying company policy on browsing to social sites from our corporate network. How do we go about doing this?