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Hello. I have domain with ActiveDirectory and 56users, i need deny access to Internet for some users. I do that with traffic rule and deny web services for some IP address, but i like to use domain users for control. (becouse *banneduser* will logon on PC with *internetuser* and they still can go online)

I sucessful import users from domain, they exist in "Users" on KWF, in "Authentication Options" (USERS and Groups \ Users \ Authentication Options ) "Enable user authentication automatically performed by Web Browsers", and what else I need to check for this situation? How is working auto-authorisation with MSIE?
KWF is on different pc, not on DomainControler, did i need to install on dc or Kerberos authorisation can be used from different pc? (pc is joined to domain)

It's very simple for me in Traffic Policy to put in "Source" username from AD, and then deny access... they can login on every PC in the network, but still dont have access on net.

Also I see different good things like Quota... Smile

Please help me to authorise automaticaly users from domain.

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