Porn/Gambling blocking for domain?

Hey guys,

I have an SBS2003 environment, I'd like to block access to porn/gambling site and the GPO way to block that stuff in IE is not very robust. Anyone know of any good solutions?
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Tom-J-LaelAsked:
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
ISA Server 2004, which is part of SBS 2003 Premium Edition.

Alternatively, you can use http://www.winproxy.com 

Jeff
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kgreeneitCommented:
Hi there, you could also try Websense - it integrates with ISA server and works really well with Active Directory Objects. - www.websense.com
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Robberbaron (robr)Commented:
If you have ISA2004, the http://isaserver.bm/destination_sets.html website publishes a number of rule sets that block particular types of websites.  And they update them !


this is directly linked from the isatools.org website that I continually visit to see updates & comments.

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Tom-J-LaelAuthor Commented:
We're not using ISA. We're using one NIC and a hardware firewall.
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Robberbaron (robr)Commented:
You need to use a Proxy server of some sort for all access.

If you have SBS Premium, use ISA2004.

If not, I had used FreeProxy ( http://www.handcraftedsoftware.org )  on our old W2000 server to reasonable effect.  It worked well for most web sites and could block manually entered sites (eg bigbrother.com).

But it had problems with some Java scripting on the version we had back then.  (May 2005)
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Y'know... why don't you just use one of the popular parental control programs?
http://internet-filter-review.toptenreviews.com/

Jeff
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mickinoz2005Commented:
What hardware firewall do you have?

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