Question about Computers & Internet
Your firewall means what your computer will allow.
go to your toolbar and point to it.
when it says pop-up blocker you put allow
thats why your printer hasn't been getting the info .
hope that helps ray
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Windows Firewall General tab
Note Settings that you create when your computer is joined to a domain are stored separately from those created when your computer is not joined to a domain. These separate groups of settings are called profiles.
courtesy of www.microsoft.com
If the above does not work you may also need to adjust your internet security settings. You can do this by the following:
Open up your internet explorer
click on tools
select internet options
click on the security tab
change the sttings to medium, rather than what they are. Click apply and ok. Exit your browser and restart it to try to connect again. Let me know if the above options do not work and we will try the next step. Hope this helps!
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