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How can I run steam at school?

Discussion in 'Steam Discussion' started by mathias92, September 10, 2008.

  1. mathias92

    mathias92 FS Member

    The school has some kind of protection, I don't know what kind it is, but some of my friend use SocksCap and YourFreedom to play WoW online. I have tried using steam with SocksCap and FreeCap now, does anyone know how I can use steam and play CS online on school?
  2. WorldWarIII

    WorldWarIII Guest

    Typically a port would be blocked or not allowed.
  3. mathias92

    mathias92 FS Member

    Umm sure, but is there a way to use steam? :]
  4. WorldWarIII

    WorldWarIII Guest

    Not if those ports are blocked. However, if it's PC based, there is a way.
  5. mathias92

    mathias92 FS Member

    Okey :D Just give me it so I can try, xD Just to test incase :D
  6. .ISO

    .ISO FS Member

    It's not something that he can give you, it's something that you need to figure out yourself, then tell us, and we might do something about it.
  7. WorldWarIII

    WorldWarIII Guest

    You need to be able to open ports on the PC, and there is a lot of info I need.
  8. mathias92

    mathias92 FS Member

    Ah well ok, thanks anyway guys :)
  9. bobskies

    bobskies New Member

    its funny at my school i can go to gmod.com and freesteam and it isnt blocked! i cant go to steam website and i cant download steam :(:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
  10. WorldWarIII

    WorldWarIII Guest

    That's really gay lol.
  11. xray15

    xray15 FS Member

    I put steam on my flashdrive and the have a filter and i was able to play cs 1.6 online without a problem
  12. vilemeister

    vilemeister FS Member

    just get a cracked standalone or portable one. thats what i've done
  13. Lordkil

    Lordkil FS Member

    School, why?
  14. Fajilate

    Fajilate FS Member

    Ohk, basically a blocked port means you cant have access through these certain sites that use the ports. If you can find out what site u need to log into, get Key-Kcrack on ur usb or something, and then run the KK. then get pass, login go to ports, change block to unblock download steam, get apps, play. yea you wont get this done in one class.

    uhm the site shud look like this but it shud be ur modem's number
  15. trckdck

    trckdck FS Member

    Good damnit, you have good enough pc's at school to run steamgames? :S
  16. bruteFZO

    bruteFZO New Member

    with a portable one, i gave every1 in my buisness/tech class an usb with cs 1.6....
    MASSIVE LAN PARTY, even my teacher was playing. LOL
  17. hot_wired13

    hot_wired13 FS Member

    well in my school we just vpn/proxy out to a sever which we share the cost for, and we have full access out to the net :)
  18. manaray10

    manaray10 FS Member

    haha, i wouldn't try stuff like that at my school. everything is completely monitored and it's completely slow... but if you figure out a way, congratz
  19. Agret

    Agret FS Member

    That's awesome.

    At my school they had traffic charging for internet usage but they only monitored port 80 so you could run Tor and set it as your proxy and get free unfiltered internet :p

    Only thing is they made it so you couldn't open the IE proxy settings so I had to whip up a little app to directly set the proxy in the registry :)
  20. Atreyu

    Atreyu New Member

    I'm playing Call of Duty in School now, LOL
  21. Henke9

    Henke9 FS Member

    HAHA, laughing my ass of, this is nice:p
    i am doing the same, but the teacher hates us:p
  22. Blackoracle16

    Blackoracle16 New Member

    I used to play steam in school until they switched to macs, now there isn't a windows computer in sight. I made me sad and I cursed under my breath at teachers for two weeks -.-
  23. Fallen101

    Fallen101 FS Member

    I found a way to bypass and unblock sites at my school =)
  24. TinySponge

    TinySponge FS Member

    wow you guys are lucky your school computers can even play steam games, in this day and age my school computers are still windows XP SP2 Pentium 4 with 256mb or 512mb or ram and takes forever to turn on... besides, why would you be so desperate to play steam games on the school computer?
  25. sinai7

    sinai7 New Member

    Sorry, there are not really any free VPNs that function with Steam completely. This one called Kepard should work for you. It's much cheaper than any VPN I know, and should serve the purposes of any steam game. There should be coupons too that can make the price even lower, but pretty much any other VPN is much more expensive and may not work with Steam anyway. Sorry,but this is the only one I know of that gives full access, good luck.

  26. GZR

    GZR FS Member

    Why even thinking about runnin' steam at school? Kinda pointless. Oh, and you can always use android built in version for steam.

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