It has happened to all of us. We try to enter a game page at work or school, only to find that it is blocked in your browser. Skip this restriction with these simple steps.
Step 1. Open Internet Explorer
Step 2. In the top menu choose "Tools"
Step 3. Select "Internet Options" from the drop-down list
Step 4. Press the security tab
Step 5. Click on "Restricted Sites"
Step 6. Find the page you want to unblock
Step 7. Select the site and press "Remove" or "Remove"
Step 8. Note:
This method will not work if the "Internet Options" button is disabled.
- None of this will work if the site is blocked from the router or server you are connected to.
- If you are using a computer in a location that provides DNS, sysadmins can filter and put whatever they want. This arrangement is more common in corporate (and government).
- Skilled administrators and some parents can use passwords to prevent users from making the changes described in this article.
- Browser restrictions are one of many ways that you can restrict access to certain pages or content.
- Attempts to remove restrictions and access to blocked sites can be recorded. Some systems in schools take this as vandalism and you could be suspended, expelled or even arrested for your actions.
- The administrator can restrict access to the "Security" tab.
- Just because you managed to enter a restricted site does not mean that you are clean. If the administrator blocks and records Internet activity, they will be able to see each and every one of the bytes you send and receive and then punish you for circumventing their poor security system.