AS Tobias suggests, ISA will allow you to do this, but if you do not have
SBS Premium you may want to consider an edge firewall (not a consumer grade
router) that will allow such limits. Many of these will also control the
incoming spam and block the known places you would not want your teen age
daughter to go out of the box. The downside is that they are subscription
based, usually, so over the long haul they could cost more than SBS Premium.
If you have a spare computer hanging around you could try Untangle as an
edge device. Has a learning curve, but so does ISA, although the
integration with SBS hides most of it. http://www.untangle.com/
Please post the resolution to your
issue so that others may benefit.
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"Tobias Redelberger [MVP - SBS]" <T.Redelberger@newsgroup-services.net> wrote
in message news:%23TppSAdEKHA.3556@newsgroup
> Hi Jens,
>> We have a SBS2003 and a broadband internet connection. The SBS is used as
>> fileserver, printerserver, DC and Exchangeserver.
>> Our client computers connect to the internet using the SBS as DNS server.
>> Is it possible to prevent client access to some web-sites. i.e.
> the "only" real solution is to (upgrade to and) install ISA 2004 from the
> SBS 2003 Premium Edition (as THE gatekeeper) to securly prevent people
> visiting unwanted websites.
> Tobias Redelberger
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