Restrict Internet access on Win 2000 Network

Posted on 2004-11-24
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
I have a mixed network of 2000/xp. I would like to restrict internet on all the machine but to certain approved sites. IS there any way can i do this ,,locally or thru server???

I would appreciate your reply.

Question by:hirak1977
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    Hello hirak1977 =)

    You can do this by two methods,

    1. Content Advisor - Internet Explorer Content Advisor information and help

    2. Hosts File - How do I use the Hosts File

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