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Mac® OS X System Administration by Guy Hart-Davis

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CHAPTER 9Configure the Web Service and Control Internet Access

If your Mac OS X Server network is connected to the Internet, each client picks up an Internet connection automatically through the network. And they’re up and away, surfing unsuitable websites with Safari, insulting your clients via e-mail (the subject of the next chapter), and perhaps even hauling down highly questionable files from FTP sites.

You may want to rein the users in a bit by pointing them at proxy servers that can take some of the sting out of raw Internet content. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to do that—but first, you’ll learn to set up your web server and create websites, because you’ll need to do both in order to get a proxy server to work.

You’ll also learn how ...

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