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Can I block access to a website through IE6


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Lidflipt

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Well, I guess my title and description were pretty explanitory. All feedback helps! Thanks!

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You can set-up the content advisor and customize it if you are looking for a built-in option to block certain sites. If it's parental control you are looking for, there are many programs available (like the net nanny program) that also work well.

To set-up content advisor, go to internet options-->content-->click enable under content advisor and set-up according to your preferences. Just remember your password, as you will need it to change your settings or remove the content advisor.
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You rock!!! Thank you-
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