How to block a website in Windows Server 2008?

tswayne

What’s the procedure to block a specific website with Windows Server 2008 R2?

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jimlynch
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How to Allow or Block a Website or URL by using GPO in Windows Server 2008
Requirements: Windows Server 2003 R2, also applicable in these above versions (Windows 2008 & Windows Server 2012) - must be a Domain Controller.

http://www.sysnative.com/forums/windows-server-tutorials/6514-how-to-all...

jhotz
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You can block (or allow) specific website using the Group Policy Management Editor. Here is a guide that walks you through the steps if you need it.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/5729-how-to-use-gpo-to-allow-or-block-website-or-url/

 

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