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Howdy we at work have these wonderful machine called "symphonys" the machine is a dual proc amd a nice chunky amount of ram and these genious editors that use these machines are surfing the web with the symphs and spyware and other misc software i was wondering if it was possible to limit connections but allow it to browse the network and only allow it to vist 1 site for support reasons i'm not expecting a 1 click answer please let me know what can be done thanks a bunch -LOS
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Yes you can limit it, but your have to get an internet filtering software sitting between the internet and your Lan, EX: Surfcontrol, wich is excellent, and you can have a fully functionnal trial of it on their website: www.surfcontrol.com

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I think my awnser was a correct solution.. they are other possibilities, but this is one of them...
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