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Hi, and HELP.

I'm in charge of computing at a school and we windows server 2003 and can block a lot of sites and County Hall who provide our internet also block a lot of sites until...

Until the kids bring in Firefox (or another browser) on CD or memory stick and can then view anything - porn, violence, and anything they want.

Could Kerio help regain control of the computer system?

Thanks, Ben

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Tsk. Kids eh? Not sure what are more annoying, kids or usb drives..

I assume you are asking in a 'should I buy it' basis and not as an existing user. Kerio alone can help a great deal with in-built controls, couple this with a service such as OpenDNS and you should have all the control you need. It should plug straight into your Windows environment with no problems. Kerio does support a subscription based content filter too, so you do have a few options available to you, all of which can be achieved fairly cost-effectively.

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