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How to configure windows to open the same static html page for all HTTP browser request.

For example if the user types http://www.google.com, my static Index.html will be shown.

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I'm sorry, can you try and re-explain this question, it's hard to understand as it stands. Is your question asking that regardless of what URL they type, it always forwards to your own web page? –  Dave Rook Sep 9 '13 at 8:40
    
for example if user of that PC open any web site in his browser my static html file will be displayed –  TaronPro Sep 9 '13 at 8:42
    
@TaronPro are you talking about blocking user access and displaying your page when they try ? –  Naai Sekar Sep 9 '13 at 8:53
    
Yes that's right)), for all web sites –  TaronPro Sep 9 '13 at 8:58
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You have to install a transparent proxy on your network, and force all traffic through it. The installation depends on your network design, please add details in your questioni –  Kwaio Sep 9 '13 at 8:58
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You could update the hosts file on each PC (probably laborious).

You may be able to configure this in the router (depending on router).

You can install plug ins on the browser(s) which forward/redirect to a different URL (probably laborious).

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I would like a do it without any third party application –  TaronPro Sep 9 '13 at 9:01
    
How can I edit this file, what I should write there?? –  TaronPro Sep 9 '13 at 9:02
    
It seems you cannot use wildcards in hosts files, so that would be VERY laborious, and also it would not redirect ojly http, but all network traffic. that would probably break the computer's networking. –  Kwaio Sep 9 '13 at 9:03
    
ok, can you say any plugin for google chrome?? –  TaronPro Sep 9 '13 at 9:05
    
No, you need to research it yourself –  Dave Rook Sep 9 '13 at 9:06
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