block website on terminal server

By Cudmasters Los ·
I have a dc and a ts. i am trying to block certain websites. for example facebook. do i go thru the gpo on the dc or can i do it thru the security tab on the ts. i have tried everything. i enter the url in restricted sites area on the internet option tab on the ts, but then when i log into as a user thru the ts, they can still get to the page. very frustrating, time consuming. i wouldn't think it should be this difficult. if it says restricted, you put the url there, then why doesn't it restrict it?????? also, if it is thru the dc, where do i go to do this?

I have had this similar question on here before, but not in a position to set up a proxy yet.


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by Cudmasters Los In reply to Touched before...

thanks for the thread about the proxy server, i need to set up one, i have been saying that for some time, just haven't had the time.

Also, CG i guess i'm confused on if open DNS works on the DC, and the TS is pointed to the DC, why doesn't the TS work too?

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