[WNYLUG-Users] Restrictions

paul paul at paulcosta.com
Thu Feb 11 18:38:29 EST 2010


That should work!
As employees, we are to workmen who can be trusted
and able uphold their wishes and be loyal to our employers.
We are to be witnesses to them as sons of the highest

paul

Joshua Johnson wrote:
> How about, "Joyce, if you get on facebook one more time you're fired."?
>
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 4:57 PM, Cyber Source <peter at cybersource.us 
> <mailto:peter at cybersource.us>> wrote:
>
>     Gonna throw this out here and see what hits. Looking for ideas
>     here. I have a client whom I've setup with an LTSP environment. He
>     called me a while ago and said, I want to block Joyce from the
>     internet, or at least restrict her, she's always on facebook, etc..
>     This is a common problem today, I see this stuff all the time and
>     I know of a few things I could implement, like squid but I'm
>     looking for ideas because this is becoming more and more of a
>     request in the work environments that I administer. I would rather
>     not just block the user entirely cause they might need the
>     internet to actually do some work. Any ideas as to how one could
>     SIMPLY restrict sites? Keep in mind the LTSP environment. TIA, Peter
>     -- 
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>     115 Richfield Road
>     Williamsville, New York 14221
>     716-553-8525
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