Mar 14, 2014
Best and easy way to block Internet Access from Windows XP computers with exceptions We have several Windows XP computers being used as lab computers are a couple of our facilities (not where I am). They need to have Internet access blocked on them for the exception of a couple of websites used for timekeeping, HR training, etc. This guide will show how to configure the Microsoft Windows Firewall to allow inbound access to your computer from the Internet. Windows XP includes Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) software you can use to restrict what information is communicated between the Internet and your home or small office network. How to Block a Program From Connecting to the Internet in Windows 10 1. Type "Windows Defender Firewall" into the Windows 10 search bar and click on the first result. Click the Advanced tab, then check Protect my computer and network by limiting or preventing access to this computer from the Internet. If the firewall is enabled and you want to disable it, un-check the same box. Windows XP asks you to confirm your decision to disable the firewall. Click Yes to disable it.
Blocking Internet Access for Windows XP Machines only
Jun 19, 2012 · Windows XP - Firewall Configuration on a Shared Internet Connection - Duration: How to Block Internet Access to Programs Using Windows Firewall (Windows 8,7,Vista) - Duration: 4:19. If so, right click on the connection you use for work, and choose properties. Click the Advanced tab and then untick the "Internet connection firewall" option.
How to Block a Program From Connecting to the Internet in Windows 10 1. Type "Windows Defender Firewall" into the Windows 10 search bar and click on the first result.
Q&A: Why won't Windows XP connect to the Internet? Sep 04, 2013 Blocking Internet Access for Windows XP Machines only Apr 15, 2014 How to Block Internet Access with Group Policy (GPO) – Gyp Navigate through to User Configuration – Preferences – Control Panel Settings – Internet Settings, and right click on create a New setting in the right hand panel. Then click Connections then LAN Settings: Automatic Wireless Network Connections in Windows XP