Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Peter Jason Guest I have Win7 Sp1 Normally I block Internet access by using the Firewall: Control Panel/Windows Firewall/Advanced Settings/Inbound[orOutbound]/NewRule/Wizard-Program/ This program path Make sure you have connectivity and then from each type ping (router IP address) to make sure you have connectivity. The supplement is written following the same style as the chapters in the core textbooks and includes the same end-of-chapter content and a glossary of key terms.Important Notice: Media content referenced I recall older free versions didn't like network shares....Once you know the IP address to the network drive Go to the "Zones" area of the "Firewall" configuration section.Click the "Add" button have a peek here
It hasn't changed since my last review. Bloch (Stumbling Bloch) Gene E. When I click on Properties, the tabs read (from left to right): General; Web Sharing; and Customize. There is NO option for "New File Share" listed.
When I clicked on the right-click option for properties the folder did NOT show a tab for sharing and the tab for security was gone. I have a very fast connection already, I average around 850 kb/sec on large file downloads right now, but faster is always better. It seems Quite often. >> to me that would be a rare occurrence as programs tend to use separate >> folders and sub-folders all to themselves - which is the prudent I had to go into Control Panel | Windows Firewall | Advanced and uncheck all the things the firewall was supposed to protect me against.
I still do not have "sharing" in the context menus and no access from the new computer. I have not found a solution yet, either. Peter Jason, May 6, 2012 #12 Big Steel Guest On 5/5/2012 11:14 PM, Peter Jason wrote: > I have Win7 Sp1 > > Normally I block Internet access by using the On reboot, Windows firewall did NO turn itself back on.
He was present at the formation of the Association of Shareware Professionals, and served on its board of directors. Ever since today I have been getting random alarms sounds for no particular reason. I also think you can get their Win 10 compatible upgrade free and probably a good thing to apply that in Win 7 before the upgrade. As far as configurations on OLD, 1, 2, and 3 were done, but still no sharing.
I rebooted the computer just in case, and still no apparent changes. Polls Archive Toner Cartridge Depot Free Email Newsletter Enter your email address:Delivered by FeedBurner Donate today if you found some helpful information! I am leaning toward something being wrong in Windows, possibly caused by compatibility problems with some program and windows. I had to go into Control Panel | Windows Firewall | Advanced and uncheck all the things the firewall was supposed to protect me against.
In order to access the Internet, the child must log in. It integrates with Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, and Thunderbird. Sam Hill, May 6, 2012 #3 richard Guest On Sun, 6 May 2012 04:07:42 +0000 (UTC), Sam Hill wrote: > Peter Jason wrote: > >> I have Win7 Sp1 >> >> I think it is probably something in the registry dealing with Windows Firewall because of the odd way it turns itself on.
I am about ready to give up and go with the "sneaker-net" solution. navigate here I'll check to see if has this capability too. All configuration and reporting occurs in the online console, so parents can view activity and tweak settings from anywhere. Just one note, after the reboot, I ran the network connection wizard and the "Turn on Printer and File sharing" option was checked already.
kchightAugust 29th, 2007, 01:02 AMHello btreloar, Good to hear that at least I'm not the only one having problems. I do not have any VPN client installed and it was not a WiFi issue so most of the post going around were not helpful. If you have any further suggestions, please let me know what they might be. Check This Out Hope this helps **Franklin is not available** **Please do not Private Message me for support questions; leave it on the forum so all members can learn.
If you do have any further suggestions, I'm willing to try them. Bloch Guest On Sun, 6 May 2012 04:07:42 +0000 (UTC), Sam Hill wrote: > Peter Jason wrote: > >> I have Win7 Sp1 >> >> Normally I block Internet access by You seem to be confused. "The program determines the proper path" - exactly.
Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, and open Computer Management. You define an unlock password, then enter a verification code that comes to your account's email address. I couldn't find any way that a malware coder could subvert its protection. There should now be a Sharing and Security...
HelpMeRick.com - Computer help for beginners & those who support them.Promote Your Page Too Connect with Us Since 1995, providing easy-to-understand and reliable help on the web and the radio. What I can't find right now, is the method that Adobe Reader uses to check for updates, but perhaps that one runs, when I actually run Adobe Reader itself. Print Some features are only in premium products Enabling file and printer sharing To share printers and files with other computers on your network, you will need to configure ZoneAlarm security this contact form Please go through this list and report any problems you encounter.
Evan Platt, May 6, 2012 #6 Paul in Houston TX Guest Peter Jason wrote: > I have Win7 Sp1 > > Normally I block Internet access by using the > Firewall: Simpler solutions for stopping e-mails: a) use the Unsubscribe thingy at the bottom of the e-mails; or b) use filters to send the spam to trash. None of these options brings the Sharing context menu or sharing tab. On the first computer (old), when I ping it from the new computer, I get a reply.
Also, have you tried my previous post without using the network connections wizard? This can take a while. In the Share name: section, add a share name(aka alias) for the folder you want to share. By Neil J.
You can determine this by typing ipconfig /all at the command prompt. Next, you enter details for your child, including an age range. It has some attractive features, but a surprising number of them are licensed from others. //Compare Similar Products Compare Kaspersky Total Security (2017) %displayPrice%%seller% McAfee Total Protection (2017) %displayPrice%%seller% Thanks, Ken
WATCHER wrote: Dear kchight: Do you have Internet Information Services(IIS) running on OLD?
One of the dependencies listed was Computer Browser. There are plenty of configuration options. She has worked in a variety of businesses designing, writing, and supporting application software; managing a PC repair help desk; and troubleshooting wide area networks. Many programs have more than one exe in the installation directory.
Instead, create a new rule from scratch and make it general enough that it catches all of them. Perhaps the most unusual feature is found in the Challenges page of the configuration dialog. I use cCleaner, which also does a nice job of cleaning temporary files, etc.