Score 3 out of 10
We have several remote classrooms that, for varying reasons, need to have web traffic restricted to a previously approved listing of sites. The computers at those locations have the ContentProtect client installed and configured to use computer specific accounts. The computers then allow the users to only access a certain list of sites needed for the classes offered in those rooms.
- The client is relatively light weight and doesn't impact other applications.
- The client isn't easily bypassed, so the user's are kept under restrictions.
- The configuration is relatively simple and easy to deploy.
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If you are looking for something relatively inexpensive to lock down specific computers, it would be a useful tool. If the computers themselves aren't too locked down, implementation and management shouldn't be too difficult.