Block Internet Access, Allow Intranet, No Proxy Server
Posted on 2013-01-24
I'm currently working with a company to change their group policy.
They have a group policy that sets a proxy server address off 0.0.0.0
The GP is then assigned to an OU and any user in that OU gets the proxy address and is therefore unable to access the Internet.
Now, we have a new Intranet system but because the vast majority of users have the above proxy set, they are unable to access the Intranet.
What is the best way of allowing access to the intranet, but still blocking Internet Access?
The company does not have a proxy server
Thanks in advance