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By hotrodgers ·
i have an nt server...we use exchange for our email...i have about 100 workstations...probably 150 users...is there a way i can control internet permission to our proxy server by user logon?? i can change the proxy address on the physical machine with a dummy proxy, but they know how to change it back or tell it to auto find...i have some users who are authorized and alot who are not...i have win 95, 98 and 2000 os workstations...i want to know is there a way i can control internet access through the users logon...either it gives permission or denies...
thanks
steve

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by maxwell edison In reply to internet permissions

Are you using Microsoft Proxy server? If so, yes you can conrtol that.

"USER ACCESS CONTROL:
...When you enable access control, you can configure restrictions on the outbound access of your internal users. In this way, you can selectively permitaccess by your internal users to external network protocols and services..."

Cut and paste this link for the whole article:

http://www.windowsitlibrary.com/Content/270/1.html

(REMOVE SPACES from the pasted URL.)

Maxwell

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