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Managing User Access to Internet on Windows Virtual Desktop

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Sam Uresin
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I'm very interested in this product and previously, we implemented our own solution through Azure Virtual Machines which we had to manage completely.

 

In our particular use case scenario, we want to control users' access to Internet and block certain protocols. Here are two specific examples of what we want to do:

 

  1. We'd like to create a white list of websites users can visit and block all the rest.
  2. We'd like to turn off FTP protocol completely and take any other action we can to prevent users from "uploading" files to outside world.

How could we handle these two scenarios if we were to use Azure Windows Virtual Desktop?

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