Block unwanted websites & monitor visited

Hello,
I'm a helpdesk specialist at small company with AD domain & I have to:
1)      Monitor websites visited by employees
2)      Be able to block unwanted sites
I have no proxy in the company and my qualification isn't enough for very hard for configuring systems
Is there any solutions?
Thanx in advance
adromanAsked:
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Luis MouraCommented:
You can do on internet options restrict sites.
adromanAuthor Commented:
My employees use very different browsers, including portable versions.
They're smart and artful, unfortunately ; )
Luis MouraCommented:
Maybe by GPO.
So no firewall to filter the internet traffic!?
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Shaun KlineLead Software EngineerCommented:
A network firewall would probably be the best option. It would allow you to manage & monitor internet traffic in a single location. There are a number of vendors that include these options in their firewall/ASA devices. It would be a matter of deciding which is best for your needs.
adromanAuthor Commented:
Could you plz suggest any free network firewall with ability to view web-access activity as convenient reports and block unwanted content?
Luis MouraCommented:

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adromanAuthor Commented:
Is it foolproof to use home edition in small business environment?
Shaun KlineLead Software EngineerCommented:
Generally speaking, licenses do not allow a home/free version to be used in a business environment. If you do use the home version, you may not be able to get support if issues arise.
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