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How do I get past an OpenDNS blocker (that blocks proxies) without admin privileges? Answered

For PC with Vista.
For some reason my gaming sites are blocked... sigh...
I don't have admin privileges so I have to work around downloads and I want to get rid of/change an OpenDNS blocker.

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VincentC6 (author)2015-05-11

All you have to do is change your DNS server. Google it if you don't know how.

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om.srinivas (author)2014-10-26

PEOPLE go ro softtonic.com download Desmume then download pokemon or any roms using softonic. But go to your router setting in control panel and change the IP address.

Sources: EXPERIENCE, I AM A KID

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sdude (author)2012-12-02

I know exactly how you feel. My dad blocked all gaming sites with OpenDNS. I know that I'm not allowed to, but still. If you aren't allowed to do something, you want to do it. I think that it would help if people weren't talking like my dad and saying that if it were beneficial then I'd be allowed to do it. I can't ask my dad to whitelist gaming sites because he'd decline and then lecture me about the evil of gaming. I do my homework. Then I sit around the rest of the day because my dad has blocked every gaming site and we have nothing entertaining around the house. So, please, someone give a comment that answers the question.

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rickharris (author)2011-10-31

Perhaps your in a position where your not supposed to be playing games??

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Kiteman (author)thegeeke2011-10-31

+2

You're at school to learn (or at work to, er, work).

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thegeeke (author)Kiteman2011-11-01

Right! If you have a legitimate reason to be on a gaming site, then your admin would be happy to add it to your allowed sites.

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seandogue (author)thegeeke2011-11-01

+1

as if the OP cares what we're saying lol...

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Jayefuu (author)2011-10-31

Can you use this?
http://code.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using.html

Or not use domain names? Look up the IP of the website you want to use from home, then enter it where you're restricted. Since you're not looking up a restricted domain, it may not block you. Maybe.

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asdfglarg (author)Jayefuu2011-10-31

IP's are blocked on OpenDNS and I can't the link doesn't work because I need admin permission to change settings.

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frollard (author)2011-10-30

Ask your system administrator to whitelist the site.

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