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Web Restrictions using IE7 and Windows XP SP2?

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Does anyone know of a 3rd party program to limit web access on Internet Explorer 7 using Windows XP? I'm looking to allow only specific websites to be displayed. I know Vista has the 'Web Restrictions' option under 'Parental Control', but I need something for XP. As this isn't a major concern, a free program/addon would be preferred, but all suggestions are welcome.

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Dean
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Tutalian,

Cyber Patrol will do what you want.  There is a free trial.
http://www.cyberpatrol.com/
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Tutalian,

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Thanks, war1
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Is this the only available software to do this? What about server side policies? I'm still looking at other possibilities, sorry for the late response.
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Net Nanny will also do the job. But CyberPatrol is more commonly used
http://www.netnanny.com/

I do not know of server side policies to restrict specific websites.
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