aitken91 wrote:We had this problem in my school (before i left).
The .cmd and .bat files were blocked because the use of cmd.exe was blocked.
It was simple to bypass it:
right click and goto "open with" then goto windows\system32 then find and select command.com
myhexhax wrote:Why do you need a way to run cmd or bat files? There are plenty of free HTTP/SOCKS/CGI proxies out there that you could run on your computer at home, and connect to it from your school computer, and browse the internet with only the restrictions of your home PC. Do you have a computer at home with an internet connection? Even running Apache, PHP, and a CGIProxy would be enough to get it running for you. Then enable it to run under SSL so that content filtering doesn't work, and you'd be home free.<br><br>If you still want to enable the command prompt, try running this via start->run:<br>REG add HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System /v DisableCMD /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f<br><br>Hope this helps!
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