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How to allow some sites in internet explorer and block all other.

I have no idea so please help me...

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Hi

How to allow some sites in internet explorer and block all other.

I have no idea so please help me...

The parents dilema... :)

The only good answer is a properly managed proxy, like Squid, and a properly configured router that won't let anything but the proxy out.

If you want to get in an IT arms race with your users:

You'll change the settings in IE at Tools/Internet Options/Security tab.

...they'll figure out how to change it back.

...you'll counter with an enforced policy.

...they'll download Firefox and laugh.

...you'll try to lock them into a restricted shell.

...they'll boot a Knoppix CD and browse anyway.

...you'll start muttering under your breath about "no respect for authority".

...etc.

:D


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The parents dilema... :)

The only good answer is a properly managed proxy, like Squid, and a properly configured router that won't let anything but the proxy out.

If you want to get in an IT arms race with your users:

You'll change the settings in IE at Tools/Internet Options/Security tab.

...they'll figure out how to change it back.

...you'll counter with an enforced policy.

...they'll download Firefox and laugh.

...you'll try to lock them into a restricted shell.

...they'll boot a Knoppix CD and browse anyway.

...you'll start muttering under your breath about "no respect for authority".

...etc.

:D

Is it possible to write a script that will block it

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