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Hi Experts,

I need to block any activity on user machines [win 7] and server 2008 to be able to upload files from these machines via any browser they use.

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You have to have a deep inspection firewall.
1) block any encrypted connection.
2) setup a proxy server or some firewalls have the capability to determine what is being sent (uploads have a content-type and filename parameters included in the stream which it will check against the rules  configured and when matched, the connection will be terminated/denied.)
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Rickyzen,

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Easiest is to disconnect those machines from the internet....
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If you load pac file as set by GPO you can make that PAC file a dynamic page serving normal proxy to office users and serving direct to dialed-in users.
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