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It used to be a business computer but is now in our home, for both personal and business. My husband has a way of logging on to his computer at work still though (I think). My daughter was constantly using it to watch streamed shows from various websites despite us telling her to stop doing so. She is now banned from the computer, and everyone else's but her own. She has infected many a computer so far.
Thank you so much for your help!!!

Stacey :D
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Thank you for the clarification, personally I do not provide my free of charge support for any machine used in a business environment and or for such purposes nor does this forum...

b.We offer free computer help and tech support for home and personal use. We are not here to support others that work for profit, or to support/replace your company's IT department.


So I'm afraid I am going to withdraw my assistance as by your own admission the machine is used for business related activities. Plus this also explains for myself about some of the software currently installed that would not be deemed home/personal use only. My advice would be seek further assistance with your husbands IT Department.

If you wish to contest my decision feel free to contact a Forum Admin.

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