NOD32 Version 3 blocking internet

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by martbd, Jan 8, 2008.

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  1. martbd

    martbd Registered Member

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    When I have Nod32 Anti virus 3.0 enabled under Windows Vista it blocks my internet access. Please Help desperate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:thumbd:
     
  2. katty

    katty Registered Member

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    Hi Martbd,

    Please check your rule for NOD. It should be like this:


    Personal Firewall > Program Control > nod32krn.exe > Modify > Manually configure Internet Access > Modify

    Action - Permit
    Connections to other computers
    Any computer (can be restricted to listed servers)
    Protocol TCP
    Type - remote port 80 (HTTP) (can add local port range 1024-5000)
    Tracking - leave blank
    Description - NOD32 Live Update HTTP
     
  3. martbd

    martbd Registered Member

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    this doesn't work
     
  4. Darth AkSarBen

    Darth AkSarBen Registered Member

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    Is NOD32 blocking the internet, or is your Vista blocking NOD32? There seems to be a lot of rules regarding getting out with the new Vista, and it would seem benifical to post possible problems / fixes with Vista and NOD32. My fix is to upgrade to Windows XP Pro and get the new service pac 3 when it's RTM. :)
     
  5. techie007

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    I run NOD32 on multiple Vista systems, and I haven't had to make any odd-ball configuration changes to have it work as expected.

    Vista chickens are hilarious, they're the same bunch I used to call "XP chickens", and "NT chickens" before that. ;) Why not "upgrade" to Windows 2000 SP4? Or just go back to DOS 6.22, it ran perfect right? :)
     
  6. martbd

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    I found a fix,

    Step 1
    Remove any program that protects the Windows registry from changes being made to it,
    Step 2
    Remove Eset Nod32
    Step 3
    After the computer has rebooted reinstall NOD32
    Step 4
    Reinstall your registry protection software

    The internet now works like a dream :D :D
     
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