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By troy.wilhelm ·
We are currently deploying a new domain and network configuration. One of our challenges is finding an EASILY maintainable solution to controll internet access by user account. We are a manufacturer and do not give access to the internet to about 50% of our network I.D.'s. What solutions in this area have proven successful for others?

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by george In reply to Internet Access Control

There are several avenues you can take. You can use a Firewall. This will kill two birds with one stone. Provide some security for your internal network and allow you to control access. Another thing you could do is use a proxy server. This will also allow you to sep up permissions for internet access. If you have any spacific questions, let me know and I'll try to help you.

George

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by troy.wilhelm In reply to Internet Access Control

Unacceptable is a little harsh, but this solution has already been presented by my internal staff. We are concerned though about having to add complexity to the firewall. We also do not want to put proxy servers in the new domain due to the complexities and problems this caused in our old domain. We are using Windows 2000 Active Directory and a CehckPoint firewall. I appreciate the response though. Thank you.

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by Gigelul In reply to Internet Access Control

Only a comment:
Most of firewalls and proxies are based by IP address or MAC address. I'm curious too if somebody have a solutions to restrict access based by UserName.

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by troy.wilhelm In reply to Internet Access Control

Let me know if you come up with anything. Thanks for looking at my question.

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