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Old 09-03-2014, 01:27 AM   #1
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Allowing only one domain for user fedora

I have recently installed Fedora 20, and have created two user accounts. One of these accounts I would like to have full internet access (this is an administrator account), the other I would like to have access to printers on the home network, and internet access to one (educational) domain only. How can I achieve this?
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One solution that comes to mind is to use Squid (a proxy server that can be used to control web access amongst other things).

Here's a couple of how to's
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