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#1 seediss

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Posted 28 July 2006 - 07:30 PM

I just put in the Norton Internet Security 2006 and the icon on my computer has a blue little circle on it with a white cross and it says 'enabled-learning'. What does this mean?[size=2]

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Posted 02 August 2006 - 02:50 AM

I just put in the Norton Internet Security 2006 and the icon on my computer has a blue little circle on it with a white cross and it says 'enabled-learning'. What does this mean?[size=2]



It means that the Norton personal Firewall is learning what programs you want to allow to access the internet.

for example, you start up a program that is now in the program control. you get a pop-up saying "program trying to access internet, Want to allow it? Yes or No"

what ever you choose here will be learned by the firewall.
so next time when you start it, it wont come up again.




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