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SBS2003 Restricting Internet Access - Allowing certain sites

Posted on 2006-05-03
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First of all let me give you an overview of my setup.  

I have a SBS2003 server with 2 nics.  1 for lan (switch) and the other in the ADSL modem for Internet Access.  Have about 16 xp clients.

Currently all machines/users have full internet access.  What I require is to limit this access to pre-defined websites only (about 10 sites).  In addition to this I require the administrator to have full internet access.

Please help as this is annoying me.

Regards
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by:Zadkin
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You could upgrade to SBS Premium Edition and use the ISA server.
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How do I check if I have premium edition installed? I know i should know this but it has been a long time since i did the installation and I can't remember which version i used.
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You could look for an ISA dashboard among the administrative tools.  
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I do have premium edition however it does not have teh ISA dashboard in the administration tools.  How else can i block users to the internet only allowing them to access specified predefined websites.

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I think you need ISA or a similar alternative ( http://www.winproxy.com/).  Installing ISA on Premium is explained in the following document:
Completing Setup for Microsoft Windows Small Business Server Premium Technologies.
http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/2/4/824e18ac-8503-4277-aeb6-b3f24c316f6c/PremiumInstallSteps.htm
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