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By rcoolman ·
Can anyone point me to a simple, inexpensive (but effective) way to control access to IE on individual 9x machines either by their domain (NT) logon or a separate password? We want some folks on the network to have Internet and others not. The source of access isn't configurable in this way. Do you know a third-party product that will accomplish this?

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by SystemBoard In reply to IE Access control

if you have a router that the network goes through the easiest way to do this would to create an access list that allows the ones that you want to access the internet to get through and the ones that you dont will be blocked i would go with an extended access list and use ip addresses to specify what addresses are allowed where with an extended access list you can allow users access to certain thing and not allow them to access other things if you would like me to write up the access list like you would type it in the router i could help with that i would just need the ip addresses and the ip address that they use to access the internet

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by SystemBoard In reply to IE Access control

also there is a program called fortress that you could install on each of the computers that allows you to restrict access to various things we use it here at the school to keep kids off of email sites if i can get the website for it ill post thatup here until then i would just suggest searching for it on yahoo or zdnet or any other search engine

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by rcoolman In reply to IE Access control

It looks like Fortres is it.

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by eBob In reply to IE Access control

MS Proxy v2 which can be tied back to the NT domain very nicely. A middle of the road server runs it just fine. If your users all have IE, you can even OPT to make authentication transparent.

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by rcoolman In reply to IE Access control

That would work great, but I hardly think an additional server can be considered an inexpensive solution.

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