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Posted on 2007-11-28
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Hello Gurus,
For supporting services , I am using Logmein software.and I am quite happy with it.
My problem is that I need to prevent the users from being able to browse the internet.
So I need the internet ONLY for logmein.
any settings I can do ?
machine Windows 2000 / XP no servers... standalone machines.
thanks a lot
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by:dnudelman
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You can block incomming/outgoing trafic from port 80 on your router. Log me in uses a different port, so people will not be able do navigate and you can still use Logmein.
You can also try setting a invalid DNS address on the computers so they can't resolve intenrt names, but can still use the internal network through netbios (Computernames and IPs).
Hope this one helps.
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by:dnudelman
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You can block incomming/outgoing trafic from port 80 on your router. Log me in uses a different port, so people will not be able do navigate and you can still use Logmein.
You can also try setting a invalid DNS address on the computers so they can't resolve intenrt names, but can still use the internal network through netbios (Computernames and IPs).
Hope this one helps.
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by:dnudelman
ID: 20364232
You can block incomming/outgoing trafic from port 80 on your router. Log me in uses a different port, so people will not be able do navigate and you can still use Logmein.
You can also try setting a invalid DNS address on the computers so they can't resolve intenrt names, but can still use the internal network through netbios (Computernames and IPs).
Hope this one helps.
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by:ammounpierre
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I can not change the DNS address coz the internet connection is shared.
now as to changing the port 80 on the router ? I have no router ???
how do I do that on a stand alone machine ?

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by:fireplague
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enable firewall on the machine and create a rule to block all traffic on port 80. alternately you can give everyone static IP addresses with incorret DNS servers so they can't hit any external sites.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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on the users firewall block port 80 (http) and port 443 (https) both incoming and outgoing and you should be in business.
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