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Have a question dealing with restricting access to the internet on my computer. In order to keep people from surfing on computer is it possible to restrict access to only allow viewing of approved websites, with everything else blocked? I used to use content advisor on IE with the most conservative setting and not allow viewing of unrated pages. This essentially blocked every page and I had a list of approved sites and that was pretty much all anyone could see. But it seems that the rating system must of changed because since Monday or Tuesday it has been allowing viewing of almost everything. So I was wondering if there is a way to block everything accept approved pages. Thanks
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