I am pretty new to this and have read several threads, but cannot come across an answer.
Problem: Want to control browsing at a user level.
Situation: Have a shared XP Pro computer at home that the wife and kids use. Each user logs into to Windows with their own account and subaequently to the web through UT captive portal. I have no Windows Server set up, just the XP box, the UT box, and a few iPads / notebooks that work fine through UT wirelessly.
I purchased Policy Manager, but from what I am understanding, you need to assign static IPs to each machine and assign various virtual racks in order for Policy Manager to work. That's fine at a machine level, but what if I have a shared machine? I have set up user authentication in capitve portal with the local directory option.
Must I purchase Directory Connector and set up an instance of AD to accomplish my goal? I would have imagined there would be some way to harness the local XP login credentials or those in the captive portal.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.