Group policy for internet explorer access

Posted on 2007-10-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-08
Using 2003 group policy how can i set access to users in an OU to a single web page and restrict all other web pages.  I don't want people browsing but this one page is fine.  thanks
Question by:turk011
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    Expert Comment

    This is not a job from group policy - this is the sort of thing you would normall do with a proxy server...however see
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    Accepted Solution

     Hi turk011
        Well I dont agree with KCTS in this case.
           You can specify a fake proxy to clients like, then type the single web page into exceptions. Remember that exceptions can handle max 244 or 254 chars.
          *Group Policy -> User Configuration -> Windows Settings ->
    Internet Explorer Maintenance -> Connection -> Proxy Settings
         *In left-pane, define to HTTP proxy, in right pane, type the url you want in exceptions.


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