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Denying access to Internet sites based on Group Policy

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On Windows 2000 network can I configure Group Policy in a way that blocks access to all Internet sites except to the few that I specify as "good" ones.
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You need content filter firewall or better yet proxy
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Only if you use a proxy/firewall that have a snap-in for active directory or ldap connection, like Microsoft's isa server. I think wingate too can connect to ldap.
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