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AVG 2011 Firewall Profile Troubles

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Hello IT gurus!

I'm currently having a mild pain of a problem with my AVG firewall blocking connectivity to our network.

We have a drive that stores the majority of our files I'll call A drive. In order to access this A drive and use several programs on my computer I must use the AVG Firewall profile "Computer within domain" but occasionally it will switch to the profile "Directly connected to the internet" which denies me any access to this vital A drive. I know this is probably a stupid question but how do I prevent it from switching between these without my consent? I didn't find any relevant searches within the forums pertaining to this exact problem.

Thanks and I await your response!

Edited by RFrecka, 05 March 2013 - 10:57 AM.

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