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I Am Working On An Addon For Minecraft But Need To Get The Example Pack, Problem Is I Only Have A School Chromebook To Use And Lightspeed Blocks The Site. Anyone Know How To Get Past Lightspeed On A Chromebook.
 
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I Am Working On An Addon For Minecraft But Need To Get The Example Pack, Problem Is I Only Have A School Chromebook To Use And Lightspeed Blocks The Site. Anyone Know How To Get Past Lightspeed On A Chromebook.
Talk to your school's IT people and explain and show them what you want to do. Within reason, they might let you do it. Otherwise, trying to circumvent the system will get you nothing but trouble and no one worth their weight on this site should give you advice on how to get around it.
 

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Talk to your school's IT people and explain and show them what you want to do. Within reason, they might let you do it. Otherwise, trying to circumvent the system will get you nothing but trouble and no one worth their weight on this site should give you advice on how to get around it.
This.

As an admin for several educational campuses managing both LightSpeed and Barracuda, the point of them is to only allow what conforms to CIPA.


While your game may seem harmless, its the school district's hardware, services and if on-campus, their Internet, which you have zero rights to bypass. If you want to play Minecraft, you should do so on your own hardware and network.

Bypassing a security filter is not something that TPU will support as a topic. Please refer to our forum guidelines before posting future topics.


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