The BitTorrent file-sharing program uTorrent contains a feature that lets you ban IP addresses that are sharing a particular file you are downloading. If you see that a user who is helping share a file is not contributing in a way that you expect or you don't want that user to connect to your computer, you can ban him to keep him from connecting again. Resetting the bans on a particular file in uTorrent erases any bans you made for that file, allowing all IP addresses to connect to your computer.
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Things you need
- uTorrent software
Open the uTorrent program from the Start Menu or Desktop shortcut.
Click on "All" or "All Files" in uTorrent's left navigation pane. You will see a list of your uTorrent files.
Right-click on the file in the list for which you want to reset the bans.
Click on "Advanced."
Click "Reset Bans" to reset the bans.
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