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Posted on 2013-06-08
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I want to block all websites except some exceptional sites approved their manager for a particular user. The system is not in domain. I don't want use any third party software. How I can do it?
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Check this link on how to block website via host file and internet explorer

http://www.hidetools.com/how-to-block-website.html

Can also use a proxy server to block files.




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Shaik M. Sajid earned 500 total points
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the proper way to manage internet is a proxy server with firewall features ...

where you can deploye policies

like ISA, forefront tmg....

here you can create a firewall rule and create a site rule to access the perticular site only...

even you can do this same by UTM firewall ...

so how your internet is connected ?  using which modem or router ?
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