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Restrict Nat Internet Access?

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ive got win2k3 going routing my internet using the rras and NAT, what i want to do is be able to deny internet access to a username also limit connection speeds to a username or computer, is this possible without 3rd party spftware?
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login as user and configure internet explorer to deny internet access. You could enable QoS on a system but I do not believe there is a way to disable it per SYSTEM. Even with active directory you would be unable to do these items. This would call for some 3rd party software or a nice cisco router of some kind, and yet still that would be per machine and not user. Good Luck
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It could be done within Active Directory with ISA server in Array mode...

But ISA server's licence price for the Active Directory version is like 6000$ US...
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