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Norton Internet Security 2004


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Hi , I been having Problems with Norton internet security 2004 because everytime i enable it i cant use internet explorer how come its not letting me anybody know ?
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Long time no see

Click the firewall in options then use programme access control and set IE to permit all
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Cant find programme access control i click on my firewall on my taskbar then options then Norton Firewall then cant find anything
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To enable or disable Automatic Program Control

Open Norton Internet Security or Norton Personal Firewall.

Click Personal Firewall.

Click Configure.

On the Programs tab, select the Network Location that needs to have its automatic rule creation modified in the "Settings for:" drop-down box. By default this is the Network Location that you are currently using.

The "Turn on Automatic Program Control" check box controls whether or not Norton Internet Security and Norton Personal Firewall automatically create rules for Web-enabled programs.

Checking this box to enables automatic rule creation, and unchecking this box disables it.

Click OK.

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