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Good Evening from the UK. iBook OSX.

I wish to apply the Web Ratings Filter within my web browser Explorer ver 5.2.1. I thought I had engaged this previously but having rechecked recently and discovered I had not.

Needless to say, over the passage of time I can't remember my password and I would like to 'moderate' my sons 'lone' surfing (following recent discoveries).

Is there a way of discovering, resetting or bypassing it?? I've read a lot about administrator password reset from re-boot but I'm not sure if this is the same thing.

Any help would be gratefulliy appreciated.

Many Thanks
Penrick
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