NOD32 Smart Security Firewall Allow Remote Desktop Connection Problem?

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by wolfallen, Aug 1, 2010.

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  1. wolfallen

    wolfallen Registered Member

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    First, My English not good, so please simple talk with me, please..

    My problem,

    when nod32 smart security firewall active, i can't use Remote Desktop.. but i deactive it, it works..

    But i dont want to deactive Firewall.. I want, Remote Desktop work with Nod32 Firewall..

    I did same things to uTorrent, it works but Remote Desktop doesnt work..

    I did everything, but doesn't work.. Please help me.. Sorry for my bad english :oops:

    If you can , please help with Picture..

    My Settings:

    http://i29.tinypic.com/1fgyft.jpg

    This picture, Allow Internet (IN) and Internet (OUT)..
    Direction: Both (In - Out)
    Action: Allow
    Protocol: TCP - UDP
    IP Adress for every
    Port: Remote Desktop (3389)



    http://i30.tinypic.com/2vvwd51.jpg

    This picture, Add Safe Zone
    Direction: Both (In - Out)
    Action: Allow
    Protocol: TCP - UDP
    Port for every
     
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  3. Marcos

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    Learning mode is better if you want the appropriate rules to be created automatically (also recommended for remote installations).
     
  4. wolfallen

    wolfallen Registered Member

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    it works, but always warning under the screen :'( how cancel it ?
     
  5. Marcos

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    What warning? Could you post a screenshot of it here?
     
  6. wolfallen

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    Thanks dude, i fix it.. Thanks a lot.. :)
     
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