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Trouble with PCAnywhere locking the port

Until recently PCAnywhere was used from home to access a computer on our LAN. Have suddenly developed a problem of the remote locking, or locking up port 5631. PCAnywhere then locks and either cannot get in or cannot clear. Have tried resetting the 616 but this does not resolve the problem.

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Ok ensure that nothing has changed.. Check the Firewall setting, at BOTH ends, to ensure that the "Port" is Passed thru.. also check to make sure the address's used by PCanywhere are the same at both ends. Perhaps the port ya been using has become "Blocked" somehow? OR some setting have been changed.. carefully check it all out. GL

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