RE: Internet Explorer 5.x/6From: McGee, James (James.McGee@TheAA.com)
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From: "McGee, James" <James.McGee@TheAA.com> To: 'Rob Weiss' <RWeiss@APPLEVAC.COM>, "Focus-MS (email@example.com)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Security-Basics (email@example.com)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 13:05:03 -0000
I guess you have a router?
Not very tidy, but you could:
Setup ACL lists to block access to the IP addresses of the domains you want
to restrict access to...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rob Weiss [SMTP:RWeiss@APPLEVAC.COM]
> Sent: Monday February 2002 16:40
> To: Focus-MS (email@example.com); Security-Basics
> Subject: Internet Explorer 5.x/6
> I am looking for a way to restrict access to sites for some of my clients
> without using a proxy/firewall solution.
> Is there a way to restrict Internet Explorer to a predefined list of hosts
> or create a custom list of approved sites with a deny all at the end?
> Rob Weiss
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