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How to auto disconnect from Internet Explorer?

You can disconnect from internet with a pre assigned time set on your pc. Use this edit to automatically disconnect from Internet Explorer after a specified length of time has elapsed. Use this trick on anyone whom you don’t like using your computer with net.


Start > Run > Regedit > Go to:


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServic esLanmanServerParameters

Modify/Create DWORD Value of Data type REG_DWORD Named [Autodisconnect]
Value Data:


[Enter a new disconnect time. Use Hexadecimal if you are unfamiliar with Binary]

Exit Registry / Reboot

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