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stuarta

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Hi,

Sorry I don't know if anyone here has any experience with OpenDNS, but then I think y problem would be with standard DNS assignment.

I have one main office, call it office 1, that has ISA installed so majority of items are covered. This office also hosts our Exchange server.

Office's 2,3 & 4 all talk back to Office 1 via VPN and access for Exchange.

The DNS address on Office 2 local machines are set as Server in Office 2 first then Office 1 Server. I obviously have to have the local server in each office as the first DNS address and then add the OpenDNS addresses on that server as 2nd and 3rd.

However, what I want to be able to do is exempt particular users/computers from the OpenDNS settings and therefore have access to sites that other's have blocked.

I did test given these users static IP's but then I had to use the local DNS address which then repointed to the OpenDNS ones.

I'm kind of stuck at the moment that I can blanket it for all users, but need to get these particular users, mainly managers, free of it.

Not sure if it's something that can be done with AD. Hopefully you guys can advise.

Thanks
 
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