?A lot of individuals protest that "Webproxys" aren't working at their school/workplaces PC's because they have been prohibited by administrators. A solution around this will be to set up your proxy server that is hosted: ? by a free web hosting service that reads either cgi or php or ? your site that is hosted by a web hosting company 1. phpproxy Download phpproxy on the Internet and unload it to a directory on your hard disk. All you need to know is to put the script to your web space and open the new URL to verify if it's working perfectly. You may want to change the name of the file, something that doesn't have the term proxy in it to prevent from filters that prohibit everything that has the term "proxy" in it. You can open the script and put the IP of your clients to make certain that only your client will be capable to link or you can add a "htaccess" file to the local directory pushing everyone who likes to begin the script to enter a password and username. Again, utilize google if you want to find out more info about ".htaccess". The "php" script has some prerequisites, be sure you check the "readme" file which is comprised and veirfy to see if your web hoster has those prerequisites enabled. 2. cgiproxy Your hoster need to have the cgi enabled for them to open this script. A lot of free hosters don't give cgi or some installed scripts. Be sure it is enabled before you begin the process of installation. First, get the source on the Internet and unload it to a directory. Now, run the .cgi file and look at the configuration. You could edit a lot of settings from w/in, for instance you could arrange the script that way that it only enables text to go over the proxy but no graphics or images. Everything is clarified in detail and entire options are clarified w/ comments, browse over the file, edit the choices to your liking and store the new file. After that placement of the script to "cgi directory" if that is needed by your hoster and run the Uniform Resource Locator or url from your Internet browser. You're now prepared to surf the web anonymously, to verify if that is the case load a site like "whatismyip.com" as the first website and verify if the IP goes with the server the script is set up and not your IP. If that is the case you have done everything correct and could browse anonymously. 3. What it is being blocked? a) If you could access the proxy from the server they just block ips/domains. b) If you cannot access the proxy they may be prohibited filenames that has proxy as well, try to change the filename. Resource Box: For more resources regarding SetUpProxyServer visit http://www.setupproxyserver.net/. The said website provides info on how to SetUpProxyServer.