Some programs will only require "Access to network" and not require any internet connection, so if you are unsure as to if the program asking for "network access" will require internet, then yes, that would be correct. Now, in Jetico1, you can, for programs such as "Browsers" (IE, firefox, etc), or updaters for your AV etc, select the "Handle as"-> Web Browser. This will allow the program "Access to network" and allow internet access to any IP with remote ports 80(HTTP) and 443(HTTPS). This is the basic connections for your browser, and is normally all that is needed for updating your AV etc. Some updaters will use FTP. You will know if this is needed as the program will attemp to connect to remote port 21(FTP), if a popup shows this remote port, then you can "Handle as"-> FTP client. Eample of "Handle as" -> web Browser The popups from Jetico will show what remote port is trying to be connected to. The remote port/IP is on the remote PC/server, the local port/IP is your port/IP The remote address is the IP, this is shown in the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx and the remote port is a number between 1 and 65535. As above, but the address/port is yours. One thing to watch for, when an outbound connection is attempted, it will normally always connect out to the same remote port, but the local port can/will change, when an inbound connection is attempted, it will normally always connect in to the same local port, but the remote ports can/will change.