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Hi EE,

Please provide a script or appropriate solution to block cretin Active directory users accessing face book site. Please post me best solution. Thank you in advance.

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AD has nothing to do with internet restrictions. You should put these restrictions at the firewall or better yet the proxy level.

Alternatively, if you are using the domain controller for DNS also, you can create fake records. You can, also, use Group Policy to push a hosts file with fake entries for those sites. Neither are perfect but both work and are free, but a pain to manage.
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Suggested the approach and got 2 thumbs up.
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Thanks for the grade. Good luck.
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