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    How to Allow or Block a Website or URL by using GPO in Windows Server 2008

    Requirements: Windows Server 2003 R2, also applicable in these above versions (Windows 2008 & Windows Server 2012) - must be a Domain Controller.

    In this Tutorial we will be using Windows Server 2008 server, the procedure that you are about to read will be similar to Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows Server 2012.

    Open up the Group Policy Management Management (click on Start and type Group Policy Management, hit enter)and locate the Organizational Unit (OU), expand User Configuration, expand Windows Settings, expand Internet Explorer then click on Security and double click Security Zones and Content Ratings.



    On the Security and Privacy Settings properties, under Content Ratings select Import the current Content Ratings settings, then click on Modify Settings then click OK.



    On Content Advisor properties, click on Approved Sites tab, in Allow this website you may select Always, to Allow a website then click OK.





    or choose Never to block a website then click OK.



    Last edited by 2xg; 07-16-2013 at 02:21 PM.



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