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bennay66

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I have internet explorer, and I cant figure out how to block websites. I've tried going into internet options>security>restricted sites and adding them there, but when I test to see if they wont work anymore, they still do. How would I be able to block all access to those sites? (My status is administrator)
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you almost got it...

internet options,

content,

under content advisor hit enable,

approved sites,

enter website to be blocked then select never,

also next to the approved sites tab is a general tab...if you click it you will be able to set a supervisor password so that only you can change these settings
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Also, see the following if youd like to have a package of bad sites installed on your computer in the restricted zone settings:

http://www.bleepingc...showtutorial=53

you can also use spybot search and destroy to install thier settings in the restricted zone.

Edited by djgotee, 28 May 2005 - 07:09 PM.

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