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can any one tell me how to remove the edu filter from my computer


To add, edit, or remove filter actions
  1. Create a console containing IP Security Policies. Or, open a saved console file containing IP Security Policies.
  2. Double-click the policy that you want to modify.
  3. Double-click the rule that you want to modify, and then click the Filter Action tab.
  4. To add a filter action, decide whether you want to use the IP Security Filter Action Wizard or add the filter action manually:

    • To add a filter action by using the IP Security Filter Action Wizard, confirm that the Use Add Wizard check box is selected, click Add, and then follow the instructions.
    • To add a filter action manually, confirm that the Use Add Wizard check box is cleared, click Add, and then define settings on the Security Methods and General tabs.
  5. To modify an existing filter action, select the filter action that you want to modify, and then click Edit.
  6. To remove a filter action, select the filter action that you want to remove, and then click Remove.
  7. If you are adding or modifying a filter action, choose a filter action type:

    • Click Permit to allow receiving or sending of packets in plaintext (unsecured traffic). Security will not be requested for these packets.
    • Click Block to discard packets. Security will not be requested for these packets.
    • Click Negotiate security to use the list of security methods in Security method preference order to provide security for packets that match this filter. Security requests will be accepted for these packets.
  8. If you chose Negotiate security, add new security methods or edit the existing ones for the filter action.
  9. If you do not want to block incoming, unsecured communications, but you want to ensure that all outgoing communications and subsequent two-way communications are secured, select the Accept unsecured communication, but always respond using IPSec check box.
  10. To enable communication with other computers that do not support IPSec, and ensure that communication continues if there is no response to a request for IPSec negotiation, select the Allow unsecured communication with non-IPSec-aware computers check box. After the initial IPSec negotiation has failed, IPSec negotiation will be retried at five minute intervals.
  11. To guarantee that no master keys or master keying material will be reused to generate the session key, select the Use session key perfect forward secrecy (PFS) check box.
  12. On the General tab, in Name, type a unique name.
  13. In Description, type a description. For example, you might type what security levels this filter action represents.

Oct 01, 2013 | Dell Computers & Internet

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How to enable cookies for facebook. when ever I try to log in message comes that cookieds are not enable in your browser


You can configure your privacy settings in Internet Explorer 6 by clicking Internet Options on the Tools menu, and then clicking the Privacy tab.
NOTE: An administrator can customize your privacy settings and remove the Privacy tab from the interface in the Internet Options dialog box. If the Privacy tab is not available, contact your administrator, or see the "Information for Advanced Users and IT Professionals" section.
These settings replace the cookies settings on the Security tab in Internet Explorer 4 and 5 (and the Advanced tab in Internet Explorer 3). The Privacy settings slider has six settings: Block All Cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept All Cookies.
The following Privacy settings are available with the slider:
Block All Cookies: Cookies from all Web sites will be blocked, and existing cookies on your computer cannot be read by the Web sites that created them. Per-site privacy actions do not override these settings.
High: Blocks cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy or that have a compact privacy policy which specifies that personally identifiable information is used without your explicit consent. Cookies that were already on your computer before you installed Internet Explorer 6 are leashed (restricted so that they can only be read in the first-party context). Per-site privacy actions override these settings.
Medium High: Blocks third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy or that use personally identifiable information without your explicit consent. Blocks first-party cookies that have a compact privacy policy which specifies that personally identifiable information is used without your implicit consent. First-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy and cookies that were already on your computer before you installed Internet Explorer 6 are leashed (restricted so that they can only be read in the first-party context). Per-site privacy actions override these settings.
Medium (default level): Blocks third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy or that have a compact privacy policy which specifies that personally identifiable information is used without your implicit consent. First-party cookies that have a compact privacy policy which specifies that personally identifiable information is used without your implicit consent are downgraded (deleted when you close Internet Explorer). First-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy are leashed (restricted so that they can only be read in the first-party context). Cookies that were already on your computer before you installed Internet Explorer 6 are also leashed. Per-site privacy actions override these settings.
Low: First-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy are leashed (restricted so that they can only be read in the first-party context). Cookies that were already on your computer before you installed Internet Explorer 6 are also leashed. Third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy policy or that have a compact privacy policy which specifies that personally identifiable information is used without your implicit consent are downgraded (deleted when you close Internet Explorer). Per-site privacy actions override these settings.
Accept All Cookies: All cookies will be saved on your computer, and existing cookies on your computer can be read by the Web sites that created them. Per-site privacy actions do not override these settings.
NOTE: Changing your privacy preferences does not affect the cookie acceptance policy for cookies that have already been set unless you move the slider to Accept All Cookies or Block All Cookies.
Internet Explorer displays a Privacy dialog box the first time that a cookie is restricted based on your privacy preferences. This dialog box appears only one time, unless you clear the Don't show this message again check box. The Privacy dialog box explains that a new status icon (the Privacy Report icon) is added to the status bar when you visit a Web site that does not meet your privacy preferences. You can double-click this icon to view a privacy report that explains how the Web site either has privacy practices that conflict with your preferences or has no published privacy policy. You can also view a privacy report for any site by clicking Privacy Report on the View menu.
NOTE: The Privacy slider works only in the Internet zone. All cookies are automatically accepted from Web sites in both the Local Intranet and Trusted zones, and all cookies are automatically blocked from Web sites in the Restricted zone.

Jun 03, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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action replay has no driver on my vist 64 bit computer. Windows vista can't fix problem of finding a drver for the action replay for the DS


The problem is that the Datel drivers for the Action Replay are not signed, and Microsoft decided that as a matter of policy the 64 bit version of Vista would not accept unsigned drivers.

Unless microsoft change this policy, it will not be possible for the AR to work under 64 bit Vista.

Jul 03, 2009 | Datel Action Replay for Nintendo DS

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battery is not charging when plugged


It is critical that you report early problems immediately to the manufacturer, some like DELL have a 15 day return policy. Otherwise you must follow their warranty repair instructions. Could be the battery, the charger or the motherboard.

Jan 23, 2009 | MSI Megabook M670-046US Notebook

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