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    Re: Windows 2003 Server Restricted Access

    Quote Originally Posted by pallen
    Are you talking about users logging onto the client machines or the server directly? For users logging into client machines you can set the ADM templates to non existant proxy servers (as suggested). Alternatively if you have been using scripts to set the proxy address you can call the script at logon and change it to the non existant proxy that way. Either way you will need to make sure users cannot change it back.
    I want to know how to do it... I am looking for the steps to do the same.. anything.
    And i can restrict the user to not to change the proxy settings. But how to make those proxy settings either by using script or the ADM templates.
    And ya its is a single machine on which user are loggin on to using thin client.

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    Re: Windows 2003 Server Restricted Access

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    OK, just a qucik question are you on a domain or a stand alone machine here?
    ... or even have a proxy?

    We go the OU route and place banned uses in a group where the proxy is set to the local host (as suggested).

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    I didnt got what exactly you mean to say. Please explain.
    OU = Organizational Unit - an Active Directory group that can have policy restrictions applied to it. For example change the proxy settings to 127.0.0.1 here and here.

    Proxy = Wikipedia article

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    Re: Windows 2003 Server Restricted Access

    Quote Originally Posted by Heebeejeebee
    Quote Originally Posted by deepusurana
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    OK, just a qucik question are you on a domain or a stand alone machine here?
    ... or even have a proxy?

    We go the OU route and place banned uses in a group where the proxy is set to the local host (as suggested).

    HBJB
    I didnt got what exactly you mean to say. Please explain.
    OU = Organizational Unit - an Active Directory group that can have policy restrictions applied to it. For example change the proxy settings to 127.0.0.1 here and here.

    Proxy = Wikipedia article

    HBJB
    But that will change the proxy for all the users i think.
    I want to do it for some set of users.

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    Re: Windows 2003 Server Restricted Access

    You simply create a New OU (Called NoInternet for example) and move the users who you wish to have no internet access in there. When you want to allow them access again, you can simply move them back into the main OU with the rest of the users.


    Obviously the internet settings will only take affect when the users logs off and then back on again. If you wish to do it on the fly you will need to do it differently. Take a look at LanView3 which works with IE7 if you want to restrict users launching IE.

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    Re: Windows 2003 Server Restricted Access

    Quote Originally Posted by pallen
    You simply create a New OU (Called NoInternet for example) and move the users who you wish to have no internet access in there. When you want to allow them access again, you can simply move them back into the main OU with the rest of the users.
    This is what we do - its OK

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