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Posted on 2009-04-14
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Hello,

I have a customer inquiring if they can block all websites for all the computers in their store except for their business site. I am aware of how to block specific sites through the router but not all sites excluding one. Is there a way to do this? All machines are running XP and there is no server, just a few computers workgrouped together.Thanks
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Hello NickCat11,

use NetDog to Block all sites except approved sites
http://www.netdogsoft.com

Choose the option "block all, only can visit great website list" in NetDogAdmin.exe, and add your allowed sites to the "great website list "

Hope this helps!
war1
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I assume this will need to be installed on each computer?
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Yes, it will have to be installed on each computer. You can check with developer for group license.
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