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Is there a way through group policy to prevent students from displaying pornagraphic images when browsing the web through various web browsers especially google through IE and also pornagraphic searches. Currently using Server 2012.
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by:David Paris Vicente
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Hi discoveranother

That way is difficult to implement, because you will need to create a GPO for IE and restrict the websites that you want. As you can imagine there are a lot of Websites.

You need a network edge product to control this. like TMG or hardware appliances, some anti-virus can do that for you also, like kaspersky.

Regards
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by:helpfinder
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you can block concrete web pages (what is not best option how to block porn on web,, but on other hand better than nothing) using GPO or uploading edited hosts file.
BEtter way is to use some proxy (Squid as a free solution for example) or some kind of firewall allowing content blocking
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by:mark_harris231
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Might want to have a look at the OpenDNS Cloud solution.  It does a good job in my testing.  It's not free, but may offer a more comprehensive solution than something "home-grown".

OpenDNS
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I am not in a position to try this. See if you can follow steps outlined here  http://www.ehow.com/how_7281423_use-gpo-block-internet-sites.html
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by:David Paris Vicente
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Open Active Directory Users and Computers.

Search the user then right click on the user and choose properties, select the Tab Sessions

On the Tab Sessions they have similar configurations like on TS.

Look Picture 1 -> Picture 1
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Will award points for this answer as user took time to provide a decent response, although doesn't fully provide solution looking for
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