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April 29, 2004 9:16:03 PM

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Hi everyone,

Now I have a problem to design a group policy to prohbit the users to access the internet except some specified web sites.

for example, a user just can access www.msn.com which I specified . He can't access others web sites.

Could you please help me?

Thanks

Tim
April 29, 2004 9:36:05 PM

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I just read "http://www.chrisse.se/MAQB.asp?ID=17" document.

But now I have a question about this method.

This group policy isn't working in my network.

Because the "Enable button" is set in "Contnt" tab, so I have to click the enable button to activate it.

How can I set the button to "Disable" position in my grpou policy?

Thanks a lot.

Tim
Anonymous
April 30, 2004 11:59:53 AM

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Tim,

Chriss has one way of doing it. I have not yet tried it but I am sure that
he has and that it works. He is a very smart young man!

There is another way. It is a two-step process. First you create a GPO
that gives an incorrect proxy address ( something that will not conflict
with your IP scheme - if you have 192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x in your
environment then I might suggest that you use something like 10.1.2.8 as the
proxy address ) and then you take a way the users ability to change that
setting! This way they will never be able to get out to the Internet.
However, bear in mind that they will not be able to get out to the Internet
period. Not gonna happen. It is an all or nothing thing.

If you want a user to be able to get out to only a very specific few sites
then I might suggest that you take a look at ISA or at your Firewall and
check to see if that ability is there. I know that it is available with ISA
( ISA is the new version of Proxy Server 2.0 ).

HTH,

Cary

"Tim" <wtmw@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:35FF02B7-F364-453F-9AC4-BED958DB52C9@microsoft.com...
> Hi everyone,
>
> Now I have a problem to design a group policy to prohbit the users to
access the internet except some specified web sites.
>
> for example, a user just can access www.msn.com which I specified . He
can't access others web sites.
>
> Could you please help me?
>
> Thanks
>
> Tim
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Anonymous
May 4, 2004 1:14:38 PM

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use "bypass proxy" to specify the websites the user should
still be allowed to access

>-----Original Message-----
>Tim,
>
>Chriss has one way of doing it. I have not yet tried it
but I am sure that
>he has and that it works. He is a very smart young man!
>
>There is another way. It is a two-step process. First
you create a GPO
>that gives an incorrect proxy address ( something that
will not conflict
>with your IP scheme - if you have 192.168.1.x and
192.168.2.x in your
>environment then I might suggest that you use something
like 10.1.2.8 as the
>proxy address ) and then you take a way the users ability
to change that
>setting! This way they will never be able to get out to
the Internet.
>However, bear in mind that they will not be able to get
out to the Internet
>period. Not gonna happen. It is an all or nothing thing.
>
>If you want a user to be able to get out to only a very
specific few sites
>then I might suggest that you take a look at ISA or at
your Firewall and
>check to see if that ability is there. I know that it is
available with ISA
>( ISA is the new version of Proxy Server 2.0 ).
>
>HTH,
>
>Cary
>
>"Tim" <wtmw@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:35FF02B7-F364-453F-9AC4-BED958DB52C9@microsoft.com...
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> Now I have a problem to design a group policy to
prohbit the users to
>access the internet except some specified web sites.
>>
>> for example, a user just can access www.msn.com which I
specified . He
>can't access others web sites.
>>
>> Could you please help me?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Tim
>
>
>.
>
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