[WNYLUG-Users] Restrictions

Brian Powell bpowell01 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 20:40:43 EST 2010


On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 6:38 PM, paul <paul at paulcosta.com> wrote:

>  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>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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Take a look at Squidguard http://www.squidguard.org/. Should fit your
requirements.

But I am with the others, tell Joyce to leave the social sites for at home
and do her job or she can find another one.
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Regards,

Brian Powell
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