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Issue

  • Modify an existing role in Parental Control
  • Block or allow specific websites for a specific user account
  • Block or allow website categories for a specific user account

Solution

 Are you a Mac user?

Before configuring ESET Parental Control

Windows user accounts must be available for each person accessing the computer. Without completing this important step, Parental Control is ineffective in shielding children from inappropriate web content. For instructions to create new Windows user accounts, click the appropriate link below:

Block or allow specific websites

  1. Open the main program window of your ESET Windows product.
  2. Click Setup → Security tools.
Figure 1-1
  1. Click the arrow next to Parental control.
Figure 1-2
  1. Click Blocked content and settings under the user account that you want to protect.
Figure 1-3
  1. Click the Exceptions tab and then click Add. Alternatively, you can click Edit or Delete to edit or remove an existing exception.
Figure 1-4
  1. In the Add website exception window, select the action type from the Action drop-down menu, type the URL of the web page you would like to block or allow in the Website URL field, and then click OK.
Figure 1-5
  1. The new website exception will appear in the window. Click OK to close the window.
Figure 1-6

Block or allow website categories

  1. Open the main program window of your ESET Windows product.
  2. Click Setup → Security tools.
Figure 2-1
  1. Click the arrow next to Parental control.
Figure 2-1
  1. Click Blocked content and settings under the user account that you want to protect.
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Figure 2-3
  1. Click the Categories tab, uncheck the box next to the categories you would like to block, and then click OK.
Figure 2-4

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