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Force All Browsers To Use A Proxy


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#1 tjw61

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Posted 04 June 2008 - 10:18 AM

Hi,

I work in a school system and we need to make it so all browsers go through our proxy, for filtering. By default we install IE7 and configure it to go through our ISA server using group policy on all of the computers. The kids have started downloading FireFox to bypass the filter. We don't force all Internet traffic to go through our proxy because the administrators, teachers and nurses sometimes need something that would be restricted. We're considering installing FireFox and using GP to proxy it, but we figure they'll go to Opera, Netscape, etc. at that point. Is there anyway we can set it up to proxy all of the http traffic on certain subnets using GP? We're considering setting up routers to handle it all, leaving certain subnets off, but it would be better, and cheaper, if we can do it through subnets, or even better yet through users groups.

Thanks,

tj

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