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how to allow just access to 1 web site

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sherrybukit, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. sherrybukit

    sherrybukit Flightless Bird

    Hope this is the right place to ask. Using XP IE8 and and this pc is
    specifically for the kid use. How can I set the browser just to access 1 web
    site (just the school website) as we do not want the kid to go to any other
    web sites. We have other pc in which he can access others website when under
    supervision. Many thanks
     
  2. Patrick Keenan

    Patrick Keenan Flightless Bird

    "sherrybukit" <sherrybukit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:455F0501-EB41-4BF7-8B28-5A17759EE023@microsoft.com...
    > Hope this is the right place to ask. Using XP IE8 and and this pc is
    > specifically for the kid use. How can I set the browser just to access 1
    > web
    > site (just the school website) as we do not want the kid to go to any
    > other
    > web sites. We have other pc in which he can access others website when
    > under
    > supervision. Many thanks


    Probably the fastest, easiest and safest way to lock it down for your
    purposes is via something like NetNanny, which IIRC has a free 30-day trial
    and is about $50.

    You would otherwise impose the limitations in XP itself, not in the browser;
    and how you do that depends on what XP version you have.

    HTH
    -pk
     
  3. sherrybukit

    sherrybukit Flightless Bird

    Using XP Pro SP3 and how do I impose limitation onthe use of the XP? Thanks

    "Patrick Keenan" wrote:

    >
    > "sherrybukit" <sherrybukit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:455F0501-EB41-4BF7-8B28-5A17759EE023@microsoft.com...
    > > Hope this is the right place to ask. Using XP IE8 and and this pc is
    > > specifically for the kid use. How can I set the browser just to access 1
    > > web
    > > site (just the school website) as we do not want the kid to go to any
    > > other
    > > web sites. We have other pc in which he can access others website when
    > > under
    > > supervision. Many thanks

    >
    > Probably the fastest, easiest and safest way to lock it down for your
    > purposes is via something like NetNanny, which IIRC has a free 30-day trial
    > and is about $50.
    >
    > You would otherwise impose the limitations in XP itself, not in the browser;
    > and how you do that depends on what XP version you have.
    >
    > HTH
    > -pk
    >
    > .
    >
     
  4. Patrick Keenan

    Patrick Keenan Flightless Bird

    "sherrybukit" <sherrybukit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:FC98FF9D-7D38-4C1F-B726-08558E1B052D@microsoft.com...
    > Using XP Pro SP3 and how do I impose limitation onthe use of the XP?
    > Thanks


    Via Group Policies, and you'll have a fair amount of detailed work to do.

    NetNanny and similar apps are much easier to configure and use.


    >
    > "Patrick Keenan" wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> "sherrybukit" <sherrybukit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:455F0501-EB41-4BF7-8B28-5A17759EE023@microsoft.com...
    >> > Hope this is the right place to ask. Using XP IE8 and and this pc is
    >> > specifically for the kid use. How can I set the browser just to access
    >> > 1
    >> > web
    >> > site (just the school website) as we do not want the kid to go to any
    >> > other
    >> > web sites. We have other pc in which he can access others website when
    >> > under
    >> > supervision. Many thanks

    >>
    >> Probably the fastest, easiest and safest way to lock it down for your
    >> purposes is via something like NetNanny, which IIRC has a free 30-day
    >> trial
    >> and is about $50.
    >>
    >> You would otherwise impose the limitations in XP itself, not in the
    >> browser;
    >> and how you do that depends on what XP version you have.
    >>
    >> HTH
    >> -pk
    >>
    >> .
    >>
     
  5. John John - MVP

    John John - MVP Flightless Bird

    You might be able to do this through your router.

    John

    sherrybukit wrote:
    > Hope this is the right place to ask. Using XP IE8 and and this pc is
    > specifically for the kid use. How can I set the browser just to access 1 web
    > site (just the school website) as we do not want the kid to go to any other
    > web sites. We have other pc in which he can access others website when under
    > supervision. Many thanks
     

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