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    Renamed another thread now. I wonder if the update file ispy pulls was blocked due to a reply coming in. Does anyone have any contacts at BGFL to inquire?

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    I think it is related to the prxy site thread. I was blocked from this thread as soon as i posted my last post till you posted so think it doesn't like that word.

    EDIT: Can now see the security forum but not that thread.
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    Ahh I renamed it to prxy now and thats it fixed for all?

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    Our ISP do the filtering here via Webwasher too, but have given us rights to change filtering so we can unblock sites and such
    Birmingham schools don't have such luxury. I think they can only do this through the Policy Central management console which is unreliable and doesn't always work.

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    Webwasher does pro-active scanning of the html code looking for common fragments that are used in bypass sites and there are at least 3 mentions of such things on the topic list - this would trip the filters.

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    BGfL have a service desk that's always a good place to start, lol

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