How To Bypass Locked Steam Shared Library Account

To bypass the locked steam shared library you only need to follow the below steps closely. I don’t see a reason why you should be buying games often if your friends have a lot. You can simply share the games with your friends.

This can save you a lot of money, the only problem you have is you can’t use it freely if your friend comes online. Steam will alert you immediately. And in five minutes you’ll be kicked out of the game.

So how will you handle this situation, how will you make sure you are not kicked out on a shared account even 
if the owner of the account comes online.

This is what you are going to do to get steam working for both you and your friend. With this walk around it will help you bypass Steam shared library that is locked or at least prevents steam from locking you out whenever both of you are online.

What will try to do is to deny a small part of Steam application access to the internet, without stopping the whole process, so that you can still play your games online. It won’t disturb your gaming, ensuring you play to your satisfaction.

1. Get to Control Panel ( on Windows 8, 8.1, 10 goto search and simply type control panel. On Windows 7, go to Start and search for control panel)

How To Easily Bypass Locked Steam Shared Library account

2. Open windows defender firewall.

3. Now choose “advanced settings” on the left-hand side.

4. You’ll see the Windows defender firewall with the advanced security option.

5. Click outbound rules on the left-hand side.

How To Bypass Locked Steam Shared Library Account

How To Bypass Locked Steam Shared Library Account

6. On the right-hand side, menu chooses “New Rule” the new outbound rule wizard will appear. Select the program option and click next. Then select the program path, click browse. (You can find steam.exe in your c: program files > x86, > steam.exe then select next.

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7. Select block the connection and click next.

8. Make sure the following things like Domain, private, and public are checked, then click next.

9. Name what you want your rule to be called and click next.

10. Congratulations you have successfully blocked the part of Steam responsible for kicking you out of the shared library. You can easily turn on and off the rule by selecting the rule, just located Windows defender firewall with the advanced security option.

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