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SBS 2008 - Turn the internet off from certain clients

Posted on 2011-03-03
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We have a sbs 2008 network.  There are two desktops on the network that we would like to disable access to the internet but keep access to the local network.  How can this be done?  

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Question by:southray
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Off hand, I would create reservations for those two workstations then set their gateways to blank.  They shouldn't be able to get to the internet if they don't have a route to the internet (which would be provided by the gateway).
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by:Cris Hanna
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The other option would be to set a fake proxy in IE...you could do that via group policy
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by:Wycom
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Does your router do mac address filtering?
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Thanks so much for a quick and easy answer!
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