Like really disable it, as if the computer had it's networkcard removed and that any attempt at trying to access the networkcard should be as if it didn't exist.

To clarify: All the user accounts are on the same computer.

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  • If you have a linux based firewall/router you could use iptables. – cybernard Apr 19 '13 at 4:16

You can use netcut software. It's free to download and can disconnect the internet of other user sharing same internet.


If you use LAN Connection, you could try this

  • Create a new user group
  • Add a standard user to this group
  • Set up a LAN connection using Network and Sharing Center
  • Now change parameters ( such as IP, domain, DNS) in LAN Connection properties to a value which doesn't work.
  • Go to Group Policy Editor -> <Group_Name> -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> Network Connections -> Prohibit access to properties of LAN connection.
  • can you clarify on this part? ` *Set up a LAN connection with non-existent values` I've never done this before, all I managed to do was find where gpedit program was on the harddisc and saw the overwhelming amount of options = – Hobbyist Apr 19 '13 at 4:26

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