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# 18876 28-Jan-2008 00:53
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Hi there,

Im lookng to give each user on our domain a set amount of bandwidth per month, and then they will either get no internet at all (gasp) or they get thwarted back to dial-up speeds.

It would be great for it to work with active directory in SBS so that as soon as a user logs onto the domain, there bandwidth is being monitored and usuage is beeing noted and they could evben look at how much they have used on a website maybe?

Anyway any help is much appreciated.

Thanks.

The reason for this is because we tend to use alot of bandwidth, and the finger tends to get pointed at everyone, so this just sorts all that out.




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  # 107092 28-Jan-2008 00:56
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I am not sure, but have you tried ISA Server




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  # 107103 28-Jan-2008 09:04
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ISA will definately do it, Wingate also works, and has AD integration

Or try this free one, it has AD integration too

http://www.webattack.com/get/freeproxy.html

 
 
 
 




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  # 107118 28-Jan-2008 09:54
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Thanks for that, might have to go with the free one :D Thanks!




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