wants google chat block windows server 2003 domain controller

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Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller
I wanted to block Google charting and Google talk without interruption gmail site. could you please help me. I have domain controller installed 2003 server  and using routing and remote access for internet sharing for client PC.
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i guess to block you will have to go thru either the proxy or firewall to block the google chat…

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  • mshen
    I agree. A proxy is your best bet.
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  • Hirachilwal
    I dont have installed any proxy into server please suggest
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  • mshen
    You can look into companies like Websense or Bluecoat. The Microsoft ISA firewall can also act as a proxy.
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  • jinteik
    there are some free linux proxy that you can install....you dont need a server, just a pc will do but it depends a lot on how many users you have
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