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#1 Yunalesca

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Posted 20 February 2006 - 03:56 PM

Okay so I opened up a game program and accidently set it as "block always"... how do I undo that and have it permit it... I don't want to get rid of the firewall/security or whatever it came with... sry I'm a newbie here

(Moderator edit: Expanded title and moved post to more appropriate forum. jgweed)

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Posted 20 February 2006 - 05:47 PM

delete Norton and install zonealarms, it blows.

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Posted 20 February 2006 - 07:11 PM

search around the norton control's there should be a tab or button for the firewall and from there you will need the password (if you have one) then there should be a tab for settings, search for your program and unblock it. This is close to right from what I can remember of Norton (I got ZoneAlarm and AGV when I had to System restore cuz the Norton files were out of date).

PS: If you are planning to dump Norton use a 3rd party uninstaller both Windoze and Norton leave traces of it on your computer so as It'll mess you up. Yeah Missing .DLL's are a pain

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Posted 20 February 2006 - 07:31 PM

I have Norton (2004) so I am not sure if it is the same-but on mine you open the Personal Firewall window
then double-click on "personal firewall"
this opens seperate window-click on tab at top that says "programs"
at bottom of page is "program control rules"
after this loads, it will show all the decisions you have made-you can either remove and allow when you reopen or modify there to allow

While there are other good IS programs, Norton is still one of the better and I continue to use it because in the almost 6 years that I have had it, I have not had an intrusion that has not been blocked by Norton.

Hope the above works for you.

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Posted 20 February 2006 - 09:14 PM

Here are freebies and the Norton 2004 uninstaller

Antivirus (Run only one.)
AVG Free Edition Antivirus (I personally use)
Avast Home Edition Antivirus Freeware
AntiVir Personal Edition Classic Freeware
BitDefender 8 Free Edition

Firewalls(Run only one.)
Zone Alarm Free for Personal Use
SyGate Personal Free Edition (I personally use)
OutPost Firewall Free
Jetico Personal Free
Kerio Free Personal Firewall
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