restrict internet access through Group Policy?

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Is it possible to restrict users from accessing the internet through domain
group policy?
If so, how?

I am running 2000 active directory

Thanks in advance
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    On your domain controller, right-click the organizational unit that contains your domain users, and select Properties.
    On the Group Policy tab, click Edit.
    Expand User Configuration to set restrictions on a per-user basis.
    Expand Windows Settings, and expand Internet Explorer Maintenance.
    Select Connection, and double-click Proxy Settings.
    Select the Enable Proxy Settings check box, add to the HTTP entry, and click OK.
    Expand Administrative Templates, and expand Windows Components.
    Select Internet Explorer, and double-click Disable Changing Proxy Settings.
    Select Enabled, and click OK.

    Austin M. Horst
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