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Hi guys!!I have a serious problem here. I have a small office network, and I want to disable some internet features like friendster to those who share an internet in me, etc...I want yahoo messenger and yahoo mail only to be opened when they surf the internet..What will I do now? I want my computer only and the other one to have full access to internet..thanks.....
I am running windows xp to all of the computers, we don't have a server, a router connected to a modem then connected individually the computers..Do I need a server?How will I make one?Sorry I am not expert ing pc's...Thanks computerwhizzz, hope you can help me..
A server machine is not necessary at all no, the router will do fine. What you can do is use nslookup and find out the ip addresses of the sites you want to block and do it that way (it will take a long time to do this) so I could suggest using a proxy server which then you can just enter the ip address into the proxy and it will block it.
Dansguardian is one I would recommend. It is linux based.