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I want to restrict the Internet usage for a couple of Windows users on a network. The Server is a Ubuntu 10.04 Server running Webmin - all Windows users are setup as users on the Ubuntu server to authenticate to the Samba shares.

What I'd like to do is setup a proxy server on the Server that all users are routed through, and a few specific users would be restricted to access only a whitelist of websites, perhaps at specific times of the day.

What's a good way to achieve this using Ubuntu and Webmin?

Cheers,
Matt

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This may sound rude, but avoid Webmin. Only if you intend NOT to learn something, you should use Webmin.

So all your requirements can easily be done with Squid

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Thanks - those links look helpful. I'll give it a try. –  fistameeny Aug 18 '10 at 15:30
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I don't know much about webmin, but I am pretty sure that squid can do what you want.

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