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Posted on 2011-09-15
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Hi guys hope you are all well and can assist.

We have a situation where we want to restrict Internet access to only a couple of sites.

Can this be done via group policy?

Any help greatly appreciated.

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You could take a look at using content advisor in a group policy to do it  

http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Restricting-Specific-Web-Sites-Internet-Explorer-Using-Group-Policy.html

Definitely test it out to make sure it does what you want.

A proxy server/firewall could also help here but those are not group policy.

Thanks

Mike
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If the sites are internal, you can set a "fake" proxy in IE policy, then set exeptions for internal sites.. :) Some of our users have no access to the Internett, just Intranet sites.
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Thanks so much guys sorrry about the delay.
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