Question about Webroot AntiVirus with AntiSpyware & Firewall: Windows
Click on control panel ,click on administrator tools then click on services scroll down to windows firewall rightclick it and click on properties then click on start
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are reporting installation issues when installing Windows Live
might receive one of the following error codes during the installation process:
Windows Firewall is disabled, installation of Windows Live Essentials could fail
in some cases, because some Windows Live Essentials components require Windows
Firewall to be enabled in order to install successfully.
Firewall is a software based solution to filter incoming and outgoing traffic of
your computer or network. All traffic to and from your computer pass through
Windows Firewall, which inspect all types of traffic and either allow or deny
traffic depending upon the firewall settings. Microsoft includes the built-in
firewall feature in all latest Windows operating systems like Windows XP,
Windows Vista and Windows 7
enable Windows Firewall in Windows Vista/7 please follow the
use this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with
1. Click on Start button and then click on Control Panel option.
2. In Control Panel click on System and Security link to go next.
3. Click on the link Windows Firewall
4. On left side panel, click on Turn Windows Firewall on or off
5. Select Turn on Windows Firewall for all (Domain, Home and Public network)
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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.
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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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