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Again, you guys are taking the context too seriously. I do fine in school anyhow, and I don't have time to play games at home anyways.

Why would the staff take my laptop away? For playing games during my free time?

Please, just give me a decent answer to the question posed, and ignore the context in which it is presented in.
Assisting you in circumventing your schools network security is still against the ToS which every member has to read and adhere to. I've seen many, many, many threads just like this one in my time at OCN and I doubt you would find anyone here willing to give you advice in the matter.
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Whoa, I step out of off-topic for a bit and find this thread.

Even in the time I've been here I've seen things go downhill, and instead of answering your question, you get this 80% of the time.

As for how to actually solve your problem, I have no idea.
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Its his choice whatever he likes to do with his free time ? not everyone enjoys sports or talking to other people all the time .

I dont blame him , i wish back in my school days we could all sit down and play games online at lunch time .. I used to just walk around lookin for girls or play basketball =p

Im not 100% sure how you can get around it , but goodluck . Do whatever u like doing mate .

Who cares what other people think , they arent u .
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lol, in the OPs defence, his "socialising" time might be by playing games with his friends. I mean, what if the weather is complete rubbish, whats the harm in playing a computer game? That is some peoples way of taking a "mental break" too ya know.
Exactly. 30 degrees outside with no AC in the school? Not to great.

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Again, you guys are taking the context too seriously. I do fine in school anyhow, and I don't have time to play games at home anyways.

Why would the staff take my laptop away? For playing games during my free time?

Please, just give me a decent answer to the question posed, and ignore the context in which it is presented in.
They real answer is if your school is blocking you then it means they don't want you playing games at school.

What that means is you need to bypass the security. Nobody is going to help you do that on here.

Overclock.net is a place to get answers yes...but it isn't a place to get answer's on how to break the rules or law. There are other places on the internet that will assist you in doing that, you just need to go deeper down the rabbit hole is all.
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No way without introducing major lag. Make friends at school instead of playing games and subverting your school's IT department.
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Why would the staff take my laptop away? For playing games during my free time?
Because you go to school to learn, not to play games...

Just go talk to your friends or go out and get some lunch or something. Seriously, playing games while you are at lunch? Do know that schools monitor their networks and can see that you are trying to access the internet? If you are getting bullied by others, I would advice you to not bring your laptop to school.
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Alright, this is the real deal. During you lunch break ask the watch teacher if you could use the restroom (Or if theres no teacher there, just act like you are going to the bathroom). But in reality you should locate the router. Dont try anything jsut yet, though. Wait until dark, sneak out of your house and then break into the school find the router and hack into it. Change the settings. Then Profit...and don't forget to take care of any witnesses.
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