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I am responsible for a 20 XP workstation network connected to the internet through a "server", which is also running XP, but I also now have Windows Server 2003 on it.

As I am in Thailand, there is no point just using IE content advisor, as most of the Thai language sites have no content rating.

My aim is to organise things so that I can, ideally dynamically, check new web-sites that are being requested by the students from searches in order to preview them and accept/reject them for inclusion and viewing.

I would like something that uses wild-cards similar to IE Enhanced Security (*.ac.th is accepted automatically)

My question is: Is this, or at least some of it, possible either with XP or WS2003, and if so, how?

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