Re: Content Filter?
If he sets his DNS manually it will prevent the content filter from restricting him, if that is how it functions. (That's how the one where I used to work operated.) When a computer does a DHCP request it is asking a DHCP server (often it is the home router) for his IP address and DNS among other things. By default on windows a network adapter will attempt a DHCP request when it detects it is plugged in and that is how the computer learns the proper settings. These settings can be manually set to avoid a dns style content filter.
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