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If you are using your school's network, or your employer's network, then you probably clicked "I Agree" to allow the network administrators to manage the network any way that they want to, including blocking "time-wasting" sites such as Twitter and FaceBook.

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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Hi,

Many network administrators block social networking sites for a variety of reasons. Mainly for productivity reasons, the other being the viruses that are rampant on such sites.

Sorry, unless you get your admin to make changes, you will have to do your Facebooking at home.

Thanks for using Fixya.

Posted on Dec 22, 2010

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If you are using an Internet connection supplied by your school or your employer, then they have the right to block "time-wasting" (also known as "social networking") sites.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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If you are using an Internet connection supplied by your school or your employer, then they have the right to block "time-wasting" (also known as "social networking") sites.

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Thank you for using FixYa.

All you need to do to bypass the block is to use a proxy site. The draw back is that facebook will be using mobile mode.

try https://ztunnel.com -> accept the certificates and allow the website (be ware that there are pop ups, just close them)

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How can I unblock social networking websites from my computer? Thank you!


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Blocking Websites Using Internet Explorer
  • Internet Explorer makes it simple to block individual websites. Click the "Tools" button on the toolbar at the top. Then select "Internet Options." Look for the tab that says "Content." Click that tab and select "Content Advisor" and "Settings." You will see a tab that says "Approved Sites." There will be a white box that says "Allow this website." Since you do not want to allow Twitter or Facebook, simply enter "http://www.twitter.com" in the white box and click the "Never" button. Also type in "http://twitter.com" without the "www" and click "Never." Repeat the same steps for "http://www.facebook.com." You'll save your settings by clicking "Apply" and "OK." At this point, you may be asked to create an administrator password. Make sure you choose something that you will easily remember. Restart Internet Explorer and attempt to visit Twitter or Facebook. The site should now be blocked.
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