I've been evaluating LNS vs. Sygate for a couple of weeks now, and I must say LNS is vastly superior. However, one thing I've noticed is that the ability to open a set of ports in the internet filter rules only when a certain application is active is not working correctly, or, I'm not understanding it correctly. In this case, I'm talking about Bit Tornado, which is a BT client. It is configured to use a range of ports: 40000 - 40100. The rule is defined in the internet filter section and it works just fine so it's not a rule definition issue. However, when I specify the application "btdownloadgui.exe" in the applications setting, it sets the rule as disabled. But, the application is listed as "active" in the application filtering tab's list of active applicatoins. My understanding of this functionality is that since btdownloadgui.exe is showing as active, and the rule opening ports 40000-40100 is predicated upon that application being active, the checkmark next to the internet filter rule should be green, not brownish-red indicatin a disabled state. So, someone please correct my understanding on how this works or confirm that it is indeed a software issue. I don't want these ports to be open unless the application requiring them is active. Thanks!