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saratel

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Dear support;
I'm from Iran(Land of filtering)and normally i use Kerio to bypass filtering on my PC and laptop but i got a problem and must solve it via Kerio.I'm sure Kerio can do it coz some guys here did it before but they won't tell me how it's done.
I've recently upgraded my Blackberry Playbook and it needs activation.Same old history,can not be activated with Iran IP.Now,how can i configure KERIO so that internet can be shared as wifi while it's not Iran's IP Embarassed Rolling Eyes
Please help me.
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amin1356

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Dear countryman,
You can do it by some settings in Windows 7 or with the following software:
http://www.virtualwifirouter.com/
Pre-Installation Requirements:
Microsoft .Net 4 framework
A pc with wifi card which supports virtualiztion
Supported OS: Windows 7
Best Regards,

[Updated on: Sat, 26 October 2013 19:15]

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