comodo FW, any way to password protect changes/limited user account?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by jrx10, Feb 9, 2007.

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  1. jrx10

    jrx10 Registered Member

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    I was wondering if there was any way to stop a limited user account from making changes to the comodo firewall, or better yet, password protect comodo changes from the limited user account? (or any other FW for that matter)? Do changes made to say "network control rules", "application monitor", "component monitor", from a limited user account automatically carry over to all accounts including administrator accounts? Can/is the comodo FW, (or any other decent home FW) configurable for each administrator's account as well as each limited user account? thx
     
  2. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

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    That feature will be added on v3.0 ;)
     
  3. jrx10

    jrx10 Registered Member

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    how about if 3.0 comes out with an automatic link to say DNS.com (who is) lookup, where you could automatically click on an outbound or inbound numerical internet address, and it would automatically open up another window to whois and tell you what that address is equated to? right now I would settle for being able to copy and paste a numerical 'net address from the activity monitor over to whois but can't. (if someone knows how to do this, let me know. *&^%$##. thx
     
  4. rdsu

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    I don't know if someone already suggested that on Comodo Forum, but you can make that... :)
     
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