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Ask them why they block it. Ask them if it's permissible to view YouTube, especially if you need it for your job. There is probably a reason they block it; like they don't want people fooling around looking at YouTube instead of doing their work ;-P
Now if you want to watch YouTube or have access to other sites they block (and risk loosing your job) then you can use a "proxy". You might be able to use a free proxy like http://www.torproject.org, or there are pay proxy services from around $10 USD a month. Finally if you have internet at home you could setup your home computer to act as a "proxy server" while you are at work.
You can try Proxy Servers, but I can't guarantee you, it may or may not work, depends on how the security is set up on the server.
(Click Here), open the link and type in the website in the box and click "Go". You'll be able to open up the blocked webpage or at least you'll be able to know the site information.
1. Open Firefox 2. Go to Tools then Options 3. Open the Advanced Tab 4. Look where it says Connection and Open settings. 5. Adjust your settings as desired. (If you are hard wired I would just use no proxy).
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Ryan Frame Creative Energy Associates Technical Center
Please ensure that your security settings are correct. Also make sure you have entered the correct password in your security enabled network (sounds like you are using a wireless connection). If you are behind a firewall or proxy server ensure that the internet settings are correct. If your are using IE go to tools - internet options- connections- LAN settings to setup your proxy if you are using Firefox go to tools - options - advanced - networks - settings tab to configure your proxy. The steps are almost identical for all browsers.