parental controls and web browsing

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Administration' started by Jamie, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    I have setup my machine to protect those that will click on anything from
    being able to do this in the web browser by using parental controls
    controling the web browsing.

    My issue though is that it seems like it is WAY to tight. I have had to
    start white listing EVERYTHING. It also has this problem of saying this is
    blocked and then if the user clicks refresh it allows. Weird. For example
    our local news paper website was blocked. It appears that Microsoft took
    the stance of block everything except for our whitelist. Instead of
    blocking only what is in Microsoft's blacklist.

    Is there a way to import a better blocking list? Or is this something that
    I'm going to just have to control in this way. One other thing I don't
    like is when you get the message it doens't give me the option of whitelist
    this one time. It is whitelist forever or keep blocking it.

    ANY SUGGESTIONS? Or any resources where I can read more (the gritty
    details) on this topic.
     
    Jamie, Jul 27, 2007
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  2. UnswoleLilDude, Jul 27, 2007
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