Blocking internet access using global policies on Windows 2003

Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I need to blocking internet access using global policies on Windows 2003.  I dont want to use the fake proxy. I am needing to have it set where if someone logs in and they have access to the internet it lets them in, but if the user dont have access i need it to pop up a login box when they click on IE.  So if someone is login in and dont have web access and i need to do a patch or something i dont want to log them off.  I just want to use my login info in the pop up.

any ideas?
Question by:jjunkins
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    Sound like you need to use a proxy server. You can set up policies that can control who has internet access and restrict sites on a user/group basis. ISA Server is a very capable proxy server, if expensive

    Other solutions are available such as acFree Proxy
    and ccProxy

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