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Can I stop specific users from accessing the internet in SBS2000 - by username and not by IP as IP's are via DHCP. Cannot be done by our Broadband Router/Firewall.

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We have an SBS2000 server running ISA as the proxy.
I want to stop specific users from accessing the internet in SBS2000.
I prefer to do this via AD username and not by IP as IP's are via DHCP

The broadband router has basic firewall and NAT functionality but little more, so restricting access via the firewall is probably not an option.

Your help is appreciated.
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Hi

Have a look at the link below - you could use group policy to restrict internet access for certain users - you would need to create a new ou in active directory users and computers and add the users to that ou,

How to restrict internet access Domain wide or for a single Site or OU with Group Policies
http://www.chrisse.se/MAQB.asp?ID=17

Deb :))
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