How to deny access internet access in GPO?

How to deny internet acces in GPO?
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Sridhar CherukuriService EngineerCommented:
You cannot do this through group policy efficiently. Alternatively push the fake proxy server address through group policy to restrict the internet access.

in XP SP2 enable Restrict Internet communication poilicy but i am not sure how good it restricts give a try.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
bluescreen02,

Use content advisor settings via GPO

Regards,

James
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bluescreen02Author Commented:
can you explain the procedures? Or where i can find content advisor?

Thanks!
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bluescreen02Author Commented:
Okay i see it....
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
sorry mate was easter :) did you get it?
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bluescreen02Author Commented:
will check it out, but i want is if anyone use it and how they perform the task.

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Jay_Jay70Commented:
i simply have it configured to accept websites that i allow and require a password for anything else
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