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> Slap me down if this is off-topic, okay? Or point me at a better place to
find an answer. I'm at a loss, which is why I'm posting here.
I need to find out how to create a website that does the following things:
1. It won't let users go outside to play.
2. It won't let anybody else come in.<
Sounds simple to me ... set the Web site up on an existing network (i.e.,
Novell) server that is *not* connected to the Internet. You don't need an
internet connection to view web pages -- they just need to be on a server your
staff can access.
With no Internet connection, nobody can get to your server except through
your existing company network ... which you presumably already have adequate
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