I work for a company that manages apartment complexes. We have a bunch of offices that only have 1 or 2 computers at each. They are not networked together (in the office they are, but not inter-office). We don't have a server (except one we rent from hostdime and people like that). I need to know a FREE way to restrict access to only sites we specify. Basically we have like 50 sites we want to allow access to and deny everything else. Problem is: It has to be FREE. The owners refuse to spend money on this. Even a router or something gets expensive b/c we have to put one at every site. I suggested using IE content advisor, but I don't want to manually enter 50 sites in over 100 computers. Anybody have any ideas? If I didn't make something clear, please ask and I'll clarify. Thanks for the help in advance.
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