Procedure for limiting access to a specific website and time basis

I want to restric access to facebook on a time basis i.e available from 17H00 - 09H00 and 12h45 - 13h45 is this possible or is it only a blanket ban.

O/s Micorsoft SBS 2003 RC2 Standard edition
WoodentiggerAsked:
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JSoupCommented:
SBS 2003 RC2 Standard does not have that ability. You need a firewall or ISA 2004
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JSoupCommented:
Recommend Safe@Office 500 and 500W Appliance Specifications
It will do a blanket ban, on a web  no time ability
http://www.checkpoint.com/products/safe@office/safe@office_moreinfo.html
Web Filtering ADD-ON
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JSoupCommented:
Using ISA 2004 and Group Policy.  Time control is not in ISA other then the reports.
you can limit the total time on a web site usine a add-on.
ISA Time is an add-in for Microsoft ISA Server 2004 which allows you to track and limit user Internet usage by a user's cumulative online time. ISA Time runs as a Windows 2000/2003 service on your ISA Server and monitors internet access in near real-time.

NEW!!! Version 2 of ISA Time now supports time limits applied to Active Directory Groups. If you are currently running Version 1 of ISA Time and wish to upgrade to version 2 (it's free), please review our Version 2 Upgrade Instructions.
http://www.isaservertools.com/isatime/
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JSoupCommented:
Does This answer the question???
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WoodentiggerAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
I have two solutions that I can implement
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