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Hello everyone. I own my personal laptop but am at a college in Alabama that makes us use a web service filter called Cisco security agent which is prohibiting me from playing games like call of duty or WOW online in multi-player mode. Does anyone know how to get past this or be able to do something where I can play these types of games online. Your help is greatly appreciated and BTW I'm not a moron so whatever help you can offer would be nice no matter how complicated it may be or may not be.
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Your in luck, well not so much. I am a CSA admin. There are no ways to bypass this security without going to your college. I'm very surprised that they are extending this to student's systems. You will need to contact your local support at school and see what they can do for you, or what policies they are following.
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r. We cannot help you get around any administrative restrictions imposed on a school, work or other network not owned and operated by yourself. These restrictions can include (but are not limited to): website blocking/filtering, software installation, email retention, software configuration, network/internet usage, network configuration, forum or chat room restrictions, game server restrictions, or any other actions that are deemed "unauthorized" by the owners/administrators of the network in question.

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