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  • TechRepublic Staff // December 28, 2009, 6:09 PM PST

    how to block website in lan

    You need to have a proxy server to meet your requirement. For windows environment, you can use ISA server, Kerio, Wingate etc. In linux Squid + Dansguardian makes the deadly combo.

  • michelle.morland@gmail.com // December 21, 2009, 10:53 PM PST

    Exam for Network Administrator

    Hello. I need to make a entrance exam to filter the many applications that we have received for the post of Network Administrator. Below are some facts that you may find useful: ...

  • TechRepublic Staff // January 21, 2009, 3:29 AM PST

    Ditto....but also AllegroSurf, Squid, DansGuardian

    WebSense is a good choice. The new WebSense Express product is a lower cost solution for smaller enterprises. (around $20 per seat) WebSense Enterprise is around $20,000 or so. ...

  • TechRepublic Staff // March 10, 2008, 4:54 PM PST

    ICS on Windows 2003 server

    Hi, Why don't you use wingate for internet sharing. It should solve your problem. Whenever ICS is enabled, it automatically changes its ip address and it creates these kind of issu...

  • Blackcurrant // September 17, 2006, 8:36 PM PST

    Wingate of windows xp

    I have windows xp PC with wingate configured. XP Clients are connected to internet thought wingate. I want to run the software that require few tcp ports to connect to the server.P...

  • TechRepublic Staff // September 7, 2006, 12:42 AM PST

    The way to do it on each PC is by using ENUFF from AkronTech. This can limit and control pc and internet usage. The central way to do this is to deploy a proxy server. At home I ...

  • TechRepublic Staff // June 6, 2006, 3:48 AM PST

    SMTP32 service failing sounds like an exploit or virus. Are you up to date on IMAIL patches? There are several fairly good software Firewalls for Windows, like Wingate or Winrout...

  • TechRepublic Staff // July 6, 2005, 3:46 PM PST

    For Win98Se/Win2k/WinXP use Internet Connection Sharing. Right click on the connection and go to properties to set-up sharing. If it's not available, you may need to add the featu...

  • TechRepublic Staff // June 15, 2005, 12:07 AM PST

    1. Load NT Server. Simple, boot from the Windows NT Server 4.0 CD and load it. While loading, ensure you set-up both the LAN cards. Give them 2 different ip addresses, like 192.16...

  • TechRepublic Staff // April 11, 2005, 2:08 AM PST

    I doubt very much you can do this in Windows without using some sort of 3rd party software or hardware to implement this. IE is built into Windows 2000/XP so you can load a web pag...