Virtual Machine. Almost all internet traffic is blocked by the CE program that is installed on the host computer.

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I have a desktop that is running Windows 7 and have recently created a VM on it that is running Windows 10.  The covenant eyes program that is installed on the host computer running Windows 7 is causing a security warning and preventing almost all internet traffic on the VM unless the site is explicitly on the the allowed site.

I don't know if this issue could be easily fixed, but at the very least, there should be an expedited way to request a site to be allowed.  I don't want to have to send a text/call with every site that I'd like unblocked.
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Steven Evert

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tekFranz

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Do you have the filtering feature enabled? If so try setting it to a higher age level. VM's are flagged because of the potential for them to work-around Covenant Eyes by running a browser in the VM.
If you go to your System Tray and right click on the Covenant Eyes icon and select Dashboard you can see what sites your computer is reaching out to. 
If you need to allow a site sites can be allowed on CovenantEyes.com under your account
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Steven Evert,
        Thank you for posting in this forum. To best assist you with this issue, please call Covenant Eyes Customer Service (hours of operation and phone number listed below). Any member of our Customer Service Team will be able to help you. 


Syd

Covenant Eyes Customer Service Rep.
877-479-1119
M-F 8am-11:45pm EST 
Saturdays 10am-5:45pm EST
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Brian Kovacs

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I have a similiar issue on my laptop. If I close the lid (entering sleep mode) and reopen the lid, often I cannot access any websites unless I log out and log back in, which reinitializes CE. Then I can maneuver the internet.