Whenever I try to access the iTunes store or play an online game (ie. world of warcraft), I get a message saying: Make sure your network settings are correct and your network connection is active, then try again. I recently switched from Norton360 and never had a problem with programs accessing the internet. My ports are forwarded for each application through my router, I've tried to add all the programs in question to exclusion list for protocol filtering (won't let me add iTunes here, but I've added World of Warcraft and that doesn't work), I've added the folders that these programs are in to the Web Access Protection exclusion menu, and these programs are in the exceptions list in Windows Firewall. I'm not running any other firewall and NOD32 Antivirus doesn't have a personal firewall as far as I know. I've even tried disabling real-time protection and running the programs and they still say to check network connections (but I know they're correct since I'm able to surf web through Firefox without issues). I've also updated NOD32 AV to the latest version 220.127.116.11 Can anyone help?