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is there a way to set parental control for internet? my nephew (11yrs) got his own computer in his room. my wife dont want him to go to anything porn site.

the only good parental control firewall i had was Norton' and it rocks by blocking adult content without worries.... But noton sucks for everything else' well thats just the home edition not speaking of Corporate edition......

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goto Control Panel > User Accounts > click on your nephews user icon > Change the account type > to Computer administrator.

Now login to his account and goto Control Panel > Internet options > Security tab and make sure Internet zone is set to Medium or High. Now click on Privacy tab > Advanced > [check] Override automatic cookie handling - [Accept] First-party Cookies - [block] Third-party Cookies and [check] Always allow session Cookies ~ This will block spyware cookies.

Now goto

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goto Control Panel > User Accounts > click on your nephews user icon > Change the account type > to Computer administrator.

Now login to his account and goto Control Panel > Internet options > Security tab and make sure Internet zone is set to Medium or High. Now click on Privacy tab > Advanced > [check] Override automatic cookie handling - [Accept] First-party Cookies - [block] Third-party Cookies and [check] Always allow session Cookies ~ This will block spyware cookies.

Now goto  Content tab > under Content Advisor click on Settings and set the settings there you want - type in a password (you'll remember - I can't remember mine ~ lol, but at least it's set-up right for my kids).

save and hit Ok and log out of his account, now.

Go back to your account(log in) goto users account and change his account back to Limited. That should do it. Limited accounts are pretty sercure if they're set right.

[if anyone knows a Registry tweak to find my password PM me ~ lol]

Just googled this;

http://www.modemhelp.net/newsletter/webbrowser/contentadvisorpass.shtml

might want to try a better approach to this ~ thirteen year olds might figure this one out ~ lol

mine are a lot  younger and there's usually an adult around.

. . .or you could just tell him you have a special program that monitors everything he does when he's on the internet. . .and if you ever catch him going somewhere where he's not suppose to ~ you'll take away his computer rights ~ that might scar him enough 'till you figure out something better ~ lol

and this will work with firefox and every other browsers?

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