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    internet access control

    Hi Everybody I need some help!!!
    I have a LAN all PC's using WIN-XP and default proxy.I want to control the internet access of the PC's.
    like:- I want that server will allot 1/2 hr to each PC on request and after 1/2hr there session expired and they cant use internet until another 1/2hr is given by server.
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    Is there any other method like:-
    Server can logoff the PC on its LAN.And change the password of PC and new user will be given this password and after their session.the process continues.
    Long time no C. I need to learn the language again.
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    The easiest way I can think of is to program your own proxy. A simple non-caching proxy wouldn't be hard to program, and then you could use it to moderate access based upon the IP addresses of the PCs on the LAN. If you don't want to do it by IP address, then you could make the proxy require a password, and have the passwords expire every half hour.

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    thanks for the reply.ISA server is already installed.Do i need to do some programming of ISA server.Can you throw some light on what i need to program and how(means some related topics to study).
    sorry for the novice question.
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    Well I don't know anything about what kind of proxy comes with ISA (or if it even comes with one), so I can't help you as far as that goes. My suggestion was to code your own proxy, but this requires some network programming abilities. If you don't have any idea on how you would code a proxy, then your best bet is to find a third party proxy that can be configured to do what you are looking for.

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