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Posted on 2003-11-04
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I have a win2003 server and 250 machine win2000 professional and SDSL internet connection . I want apply agroup policy that prevent some user from accessing internet please help me how ?

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Do you have a list of the specific users that should or should not have whatever access you wish to control?

This can be done through a group policy, making sure to properly assign users to the group and permissions to the group policy.  I would be surprised if some Expert has not done this already and would be able to supply you with a template to work from.
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Personally, I set the terminals that get net access with static IP's, and then remove the gateway address from the DHCP scope, thus every normal DHCP user gets no net access.
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