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Old May 30, 2002, 06:25 PM
gsm-bits gsm-bits is offline
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I just got this > i am already behind a network firewall so i got it just to stop other network users leeching my files

However i need to connect to some remote drives, when my comp trys to connect on windows startup as usual it cannot connect. I assume this is Norton is stopping it. I not very good with these things so can someone tell how i go about allowing the computer to coonect to these drives again???


Old May 30, 2002, 11:30 PM
zack371 zack371 is offline
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I haven't really used Norton in a while. Browsing other PC's is normally done via Netbios. You could look through Internet Security and see if it says anything on it. Also, Netbios uses ports 137, 138, and 139....

I'll try to install Norton IS on a PC at the office tomorrow so I can give you some better info....


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