Firewall

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by TMGhost, Apr 23, 2008.

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  1. TMGhost

    TMGhost Registered Member

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    Hi !!
    Is it not possible to permanent disable the firewall ??

    I have change to Policy mode, and created a rule that allow all traffic
    but !! when i look at the rules, i can find a lot of them, and it's not possible to delete them.

    i can disable some of them, but not all...

    Why cant i just delete all rules, and create 1 that allow all traffic ??

    Regards Christer / Sweden o_O
     
  2. huldu

    huldu Registered Member

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    Yeah i found that annoying as well. Wont let us delete rules just disable them... it all feels kinda dumbed down, in the wrong way.

    I cant even get "interactive" mode to work on my computer, it just goes into full lockdown mode and doesnt let anything connect in or out and *never* shows me a popup asking what to do...

    Anyway the answer to your question is to disable filtering (ie disable the firewall). Just right-click the nod32 icon and select the option "Do not filter blah blah", that will disable the firewall completely.
     
  3. TMGhost

    TMGhost Registered Member

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    Yes i know, but when i restart the computer it come back on...

    And... i'v just installed this on 40 computer, and must find i way to do this from the admin console.....
     
  4. huldu

    huldu Registered Member

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    If i were you id switch to nod32 AV and pick comodo firewall. I really dont like nod32 firewall...
     
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