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Supervisor Password For Content Advisor


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#1 jdukze

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 08:42 PM

My friend can't log onto the internet, he was just connected recently, everytime he tries there's this message saying:

"Sorry the content advisor won't allow you to see this site, "

and it is also asking for a Supervisor Password so the site can be viewed.

We have tried all necessary passwords and tell you what, he had never set any passwords, I'm thinking of formating the Harddisk and reinstalling windows but I believe there should be other alternatives available.
all the connections and LAN settings whatever are just fine, its only the above that is a problem now.

is there any way to bypass or disable this password thing.I tried but its still insisting for the password thing.
maybe its a virus (I believe) that must have altered the registry.

Please help us get out of this mess......!!!!!!
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Posted 12 January 2007 - 02:29 AM

Shut down Internet Explorer. Search for a file called ratings.pol.
Rename it ratings.old.
You may need to reset your Content Advisor settings one more time,(Tools/Internet Options/Content tab).

Alternatively, see here:kellys-korner,Windows XP from A-Z. Under "C" scroll to Content Advisor for info on how to turn it on and off and to modify specific settings.
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Reflect, repent, and reboot.
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