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GPO is not preventing internet access like it used to

Posted on 2014-03-27
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I created a gpo a while ago that prevented certain users/machines from accessing the internet by using the proxy, 127.0.0.1, etc. And, I had some exceptions noted and everything worked fine.
I upgraded to Win 7 and  IE 11 and now there’s nothing preventing internet access. Is this a browser issue? Am I supposed to make changes to the registry or something?
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What type or server you are using because you able to perform this action with Windows server 2012 not 2008.

You block by using the "Internet Explorer Administrative Kit" or you can perform this using a "PAC File"
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