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    I have been looking around myself, google etc cant seem to find any thing there... you might find it hard as aint it designed so no one can "admin" it so to speak unless you go through the console.

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    i've got some web scripts that interact with ISA server. it wouldnt be hard to use them as a base to create a block site page.

    all you need is a blocked site rule, and a form that adds urls to that rule. I got a form that adds sites to a rule to be allowed when the internet is otherwise "off"

    make of this what you will
    Code:
    <form action="allowurlprocess.asp" method="get">
      <p>
    <span class="style7">Input address here in the form <b><i>http://address/*</i></b> only [slash asterisk on the end is required]<br> <input type="text" name="url" value="http://" size="60"></style>
      
      </p>
      <p>&nbsp;</p>
      <p>
        <input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Submit">
    </p>
    </form>
    processing page:

    Code:
    <% sub processform()
    
        
    	dim root
    	set root = CreateObject("FPC.Root")
    	
    	dim array
    	dim urlsetsarray
    	
    	set array = root.GetContainingArray
    	set urlsets = array.RuleElements.URLSets
    	
    	set urlset = urlsets.item("tempallowed")
    	
    	url=request.querystring("url")
    	
    	urlset.add url
    	urlsets.save
    	
    
    end sub %>
    
    <% processform %>
    teachers need allocated admin rights on isa but its never been a problem since they dont have direct access to the server nor the admin software. I dont think too many even understand the concept of a proxy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by browolf View Post
    i've got some web scripts that interact with ISA server. it wouldnt be hard to use them as a base to create a block site page.

    all you need is a blocked site rule, and a form that adds urls to that rule. I got a form that adds sites to a rule to be allowed when the internet is otherwise "off"

    make of this what you will
    Code:
    <form action="allowurlprocess.asp" method="get">
      <p>
    <span class="style7">Input address here in the form <b><i>http://address/*</i></b> only [slash asterisk on the end is required]<br> <input type="text" name="url" value="http://" size="60"></style>
      
      </p>
      <p>&nbsp;</p>
      <p>
        <input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Submit">
    </p>
    </form>
    processing page:

    Code:
    <% sub processform()
    
        
    	dim root
    	set root = CreateObject("FPC.Root")
    	
    	dim array
    	dim urlsetsarray
    	
    	set array = root.GetContainingArray
    	set urlsets = array.RuleElements.URLSets
    	
    	set urlset = urlsets.item("tempallowed")
    	
    	url=request.querystring("url")
    	
    	urlset.add url
    	urlsets.save
    	
    
    end sub %>
    
    <% processform %>
    teachers need allocated admin rights on isa but its never been a problem since they dont have direct access to the server nor the admin software. I dont think too many even understand the concept of a proxy.

    Thanks i will give that a go.

    Quote Originally Posted by Joedetic View Post
    Question stands that why don't you just copy the way you're doing it in your other school???

    Or at least take how you're doing it there and modify it to this situation :S
    Well we are using websense but the other school are using Frog to filter.



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