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Vedorin

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So i'm in a lab computer class and i really would like to be able to set up my home pc as a proxy to surf any desired webpages from school. Or to play mmos etc. There is a large patch panel with all our connections and a server computer running windows 2003 server. any suggestions as to how i could set this up, if at all. i have the admin info, but i don't know how to make myself an admin through the network. the school runs novell but the lab class uses the windows login in conjunction with the server.
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This is most likely breach of your school's internet policy.
Even to get to your PC it would still go through the school's system in the first place.
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Vedorin,
This topic violates the Terms of Use here at Geeks to Go.

You may post content on this site, so long as the content is not: Illegal,...


Using a proxy to bypass settings set by an administrator violates our Terms of Use and we will not help anyone do so. Your administrator(s) have put those restrictions in place on purpose and they're meant to be there for a reason. It would be wise to stop such illegal activity as your school system wouldn't be very happy with such plans either. I'd suggest you review the Terms of Use you agreed to when you registered here.

Thank you,
Sky
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