to get internet access. It may slow down your computer but you'll have full internet access.
With my computer, I can see connections and they say SSID not broadcast. When you don't broadcast your SSID, you have connection problems.
I will be going to college this year and had a question. I got a letter today from our IT administrator saying we had to have Norton installed to be granted full internet access. However, my question is, how do they know if we have Norton installed? I've searched and searched for ways to block outside access, but it's mostly been firewall suggestions.
I have Windows XP Home, so I *think* I don't have to worry about administrative shares. I have no shared folders, a 10 character password on my guest account (which is disabled anyway), a very complex password on my personal account, and a software firewall.
We're not allowed to have other devices (such as routers, etc.) hooked up (which also leaves me questioning how they would know, unless I broadcast a wireless SSID, which I could not broadcast). Is there anything else I need to do? Thank you!