Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2008-03-25
hi experts.
the networks enviroment is very complicated.
its half domain, half workgroup:)
something like a hybrid
the network consists of a domain controller, an exchange server, and a terminal server.
all of the above are in a domain.
the users however, are not.

certain users have been cut off from having INTERNET access locally on their machines.
however, the users still have internet access through the terminal server.
PROBLEM. i need to block the internet access for certain users through their terminal server profile. their profile isn't in the domain either.

Question by:pk24573
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    Accepted Solution

    Simplest solution, this email text;

    Attention All Users!

    Anyone caught accessing the internet without company authorization will be fired on the spot.

    Thank You,
    The Management
    LVL 1

    Author Comment

    tried that, funny but nooooo...
    still find wankers looking and doing anything other than their work

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