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Separate DNS Forwarders based Upon Users or OU's?

Posted on 2011-02-26
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    We have a 2008 R2 server running as the domain controller for a small computer lab. Right now we are filtering all our web traffic through OpenDNS (the free version). This free version is grea, except that it does not allow for there to be exceptions for different individuals and/or groups when it comes to the difference between our students and our staff. Is there a way to, instead of paying OpenDNS for this service, have different DNS forwarders used by the 2008 machine depending upon either the user and/or ou accessing the internet? Thanks!
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Sorry but this is not possible, if it were nobody would pay for 3rd party services ;)
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Lol :)
I figured as much, but we thought we would at least ask!
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