Squid is free and I think will do what you want (as long as you can configure users to get their web pages via a proxy rather than directly). It's originally a Unix program but there is a Windows version which is fairly easy to use. I put my notes on how I set it up at http://techinfo.cnwl.ac.uk/Squid%20Proxy/ including details of where to get the Windows version and how to set an ACL to block particular web sites. By default it does log all access but this can be turned off. It doesn't log username unless you go through hoops (just requesting IP) Steve From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Craig Meyer Sent: 13 September 2007 06:29 To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [gptalk] Re: Website Thanks for the comments guys. Firstly funding for ISA 2006 is out of the question now so i'm looking for something else. Not expensive but that will work optimally. I will look at the workarounds you gave me. thank you very much PS: With my SAV Enterprise edition i got Symantec Web Security 3.0 also which is a proxy server according to the booklet. Have any of you experience in working with this product and is it gud to implement it as a proxy? Craig Meyer "He had no servants - yet they called Him Master, no degrees - yet they called Him Teacher, no medicine - yet they called Him Healer, no army yet the Kings feared Him. He won no military battles yet He conquered the world. he commited no crime yet they crucified Him. He was burried in a tomb yet He lives 2day...."