Re: Control internet access

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by Lanwench [MVP - Exchange], Jun 1, 2009.

  1. Stockholm <> wrote:
    > We have many interns working in our office who spend part of their
    > time:
    > - visiting interesting web sites
    > - sending email through public accounts such as yahoo
    >
    > What could be suggested to us as a way of controlling internet access
    > and our main concern is that an intern may send private files as an
    > email attachment.
    >
    > Your suggestions would be appreciated.


    Without knowing anything about your topology /setup it's difficult to guess.
    Please remember to provide full details when you post (network type, etc ...
    versions, SP levels, etc are also important).

    Some basic comments -
    ISA or a proxy server
    Your firewall appliance may be able to do something
    OpenDNS may be an option for you
    Lanwench [MVP - Exchange], Jun 1, 2009
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  2. Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

    Zebby Guest

    This will do the job: http://www.untangle.com



    "Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
    <> wrote in message
    news:e4x%...
    > Stockholm <> wrote:
    >> We have many interns working in our office who spend part of their
    >> time:
    >> - visiting interesting web sites
    >> - sending email through public accounts such as yahoo
    >>
    >> What could be suggested to us as a way of controlling internet access
    >> and our main concern is that an intern may send private files as an
    >> email attachment.
    >>
    >> Your suggestions would be appreciated.

    >
    > Without knowing anything about your topology /setup it's difficult to
    > guess. Please remember to provide full details when you post (network
    > type, etc ... versions, SP levels, etc are also important).
    >
    > Some basic comments -
    > ISA or a proxy server
    > Your firewall appliance may be able to do something
    > OpenDNS may be an option for you
    >
    Zebby, Jun 3, 2009
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