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    Hi,
    After changing ISP we don't use a proxy server anymore. Beforewhen I wanted to ban a pupil internet I changed there logon script to one that had a false proxy but now that doesnt work.
    Is there any way in group policy to set a fake default gateway or any other ideas.
    Thanks

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    You could still set a false proxy... as it would still just as much "not work"

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    False Proxy? are you using random numbers? I used to use 127.0.0.1 as the proxy to point to the PC it's self that would normally be enough to fail ie quickly without the hang wait.

    Consider purchasing a utm like ISA it's really useful! I ban users there (as it's AD aware)
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    I add all internet browsers to the software restriction list in a group policy made for those particular children. They won't even be able to launch them and they get a nice message with something along the lines of "administrator has restricted access to this program".

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    Nice idea. Thanks

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    Careful about banning the Browser. What about internal resources, intranet or VLE?

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    I dump them into an OU with an exact copy of the Student GPO but with "noproxy" set as the proxy

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