How to splash a web page after restricting users internet access in group policy

Posted on 2009-02-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I have a policy in place that is pointing some users to a dummy proxy server and they currently get the page can not be displayed screen. The end users affected by the policy only have access to a couple of sites they need.  I was wondering if there is a way to change the current page can not be displayed screen to a more user friendly web page that I have created.  Any help will be appreciated.  Thanks.
Question by:baguthrie
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    What type of proxy server are you using?  If you are using ISA server you can redirect your users to an internal page or a more friendly one if they are trying to access a web page that they are not allowed to.  You set it up after you enter in a list of deny's.  Then you can have the default page point back to the page you created.

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