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Different Levels Access To the Internet Over a Network ?

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VidER    2

Hi All !

One of My friends runs an office with many employees. Each employee has a computer connected to an internal network and the internet through a centeralized server.

My friend is looking a solution (Proxy Serve maybe) that enables him to allow these different Access Levels for His Employees:

LEVEL1: Can Browse the Internet Freely at any time including access to POP3 mail through Microsoft Outlook.

LEVEL2: Can Browse the Internet Freely at certain times defined by the ADMIN. But Can access POP3 Emial using Microsoft Outlook at any time.

LEVEL3: No Internet browsing. Only POP3 Mail using Microsoft Outlook.

So They all have access to the Outlook E-mail all the time but the second Level can browse the internet in defined times and the first Level is free to browse at any time.

Do you know of any software that can help him set up this access situation?

Thanks all.

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MxxCon    0

does he want to do that on windows or *nix?

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VidER    2

Thanks for your concern MxxCon ..

The Server is Windows 2000 and the connected computers are using Windows ME .

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VidER    2

I heard that this feature is already available in Windows NT .. Do you have any idea how to use it?

And I heard that there is a program called (wingate) that helps also.. has anyone tried it?

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