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Hi

I have a computer that I want to have only for work (work from home via the Internet, via citrix I think), for that I want to monitor network traffic so that every request or reply that comes back, falls straight otherwise it belongs to the address of the work.

How can this be done?

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This means that if I browse the browser / search in a Microsoft store or anything else that sends a request (http request) or receives a response (http response) something will block all the ports and prevent the answer from going to me in the browser or software that sent the request or prevent the request from going out.

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