Login as a administrator. open group policy and configure possword policy.
Internet Explorer has a huge number of bugs.
Tools->Internet options->Security->Restricted; and type whichever address you want
You can. Internet Explorer comes with Windows, so you don't have to "get" it. And AOL would obviously not block the most common web browser from using their service.
you dont you dont Answer: 1: Open Internet Explorer. In the Menubar click Tools → Internet Options → Content. In the Content Advisor box, click Enable. 2:Click the Approved Sites tab. Enter the address of the website. Keep in mind - if you want to block the complete website put * in front. For example to block myspace completely, type *.myspace.comClick Never and then OK.3: Click on the General tab and sure to select Users can see websites that have no ratings4: Enter a password you can remember easily with a hint.5: Click OK to safely surf the Internet.
yes you just need to go to the settings set a password and set the restrictions.
Pop-up Blocker feature in Internet explorer enables you to block most pop ups.1. Open Internet Explorer.2. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet options.3. On the Privacy tab, under Pop-up Blocker, click Settings.4. In the Pop-up Blocker settings dialog box, set the blocking level to High: Block all pop-ups (Ctrl + Alt to override).5. Click Close, and then click OK.
No there is not they are supposed to block porno
Solution: 1: Open Internet Explorer. In the Menubar click Tools → Internet Options → Content. In the Content Advisor box, click Enable. 2: Click the Approved Sites tab. Enter the address of the website.Keep in mind - if you want to block the complete website put * in front. For example to block myspace completely, type *.myspace.comClick Never and then OK. 3: Click on the General tab and sure to select Users can see websites that have no ratings. 4: Enter a password you can remember easily with a hint. 5: Click OK to safely surf the Internet.
Click on Tools>>Internet options Then click on Content tab Under Content Advisor section click the enable button. Then click on Approved Sites tab Enter the URL of the website which you want to block and click Never. There will be a red minus sign before the website's URL you entered. Then click OK button. Then Enter the password to password protect that website you have blocked Then click OK. That's Done!! When you browse the website it will ask for password and without the password you won't be able to access the website which was blocked by you.
== == Go to tools click pop up blocker and then click turn off pop up blocker.
Internet Explorer 404 error occurs when using proxy servers and after being blocked by Websense.In some versions of Internet Explorer I get a 404 error after being blocked by Websense. If I refresh the page, I then get a block page.When a connection is established through a proxy server, the host name of the site and the proxy server name are cached in Internet Explorer. On future attempts to access the host name in the same session Internet Explorer has cached information about which proxy to use. Therefore, all subsequent connections to the host are tried through the proxy that was used previously. This means that if the proxy server name that is cached is unavailable during the same session, the automatic proxy configuration script is not re-processed and you receive a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" error message in Internet Explorer.What is occurring is that the block page URL is being passed to the browser client, but the browser then attempts to access the Filter Service block page using the wrong port. For example, the block page's port default is 15871. The browser would mistakenly try to use port 8080, for example, to access the block page. Disabling proxy result caching prevents this issue and forces Internet Explorer to use the correct port as specified in the block page URL passed to the browser from the proxy.
Tools: Internet Options:Content Tab,Content Advisor:SettingsApproved sites tab,Add a wildcard (*) and click neverAdd the sites you want one at a time and click always.Once your list is made click okay, follow the password set-up prompts.This will not block sites viewed from a different browser, same machine.
That's the engine ( block )
You need a program called WFilter Enterprise to block the internet.
With a password ??
I suggest you install porn filters. You can add the websites you don't want to blacklist or just set keywords to block websites, games and programs. And it works in stealth mode, and won't show in the task manager. With password protection so that no one can change your settings without password.
Unless there is some tag which makes a comment (like the Answer: Login as a administrator. and then open group policy. you can disable or enable any settings. and tags) in Explorer but not in Firefox (which to my knowledge there isn't), you can't.
The first explorer in Connecticut was Aderian Block. He founded it for the Dutch in 1614.
The HtmlDlgSafeHelper is a dialog helper that allows users to use system fonts, color dialogue boxes, and block formats. This was introduced along with Internet Explorer 6.
Set a password for your Wi-Fi and make is a very strong one.
The security settings for your browser (Internet Explorer or other) is set to block that type of pop-up. Some firewall and anti-virus software can also block this but, most will not unless it's made to do so when it is setup by the network administrator. On Internet Explorer you should see a small warning near the top of the window letting you know something is trying to download. When you see the warning just click on it to get download pop-up menu to appear.
Adrian block was dutch explorer in the 1600s and is best known for voyages and explorations to the Americas
On the engine block and heads.