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    Hi Guyz...

    I have a Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, It is running in a Workgroup Environment.

    I have few remote users which connects server through RDP over the internet. I want to restrict remote users to use Internet on the server.

    Any idea..???

    Regards
    Kamal

  • #2
    Re: restrict internet access to selected rdp/terminal services users

    if you want to remove access for everyone, just remove the default gateway ?
    (caution - this may cause problems with your network, but based on the fact u are in a workgroup configuration, probably wont')
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    • #3
      Re: restrict internet access to selected rdp/terminal services users

      Thank you very much for your answer. I am keeping this server only for the remote users to use one of our Accounting Application.

      If i remove the default gateway.. then the server wont be available for remote users. So i cant do this.. because the primary function of the server is connecting the remote users through Terminal Client.

      Regards
      Kamal

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      • #4
        Re: restrict internet access to selected rdp/terminal services users

        You can block access to HTTP, HTTPS, FTP etc. via firewall... Also, you can use some nice proxy like TMG etc.
        Best Regards,

        Yuval Sinay

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        • #5
          Re: restrict internet access to selected rdp/terminal services users

          Or use TMG as your firewall
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          • #6
            Re: restrict internet access to selected rdp/terminal services users

            or just leave the default gateway and remove DNS entries from the nic
            also remove the forwarders from DNS if it is installed.

            this leave the ability for the remote users to connect but not browse

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