Re: disabling zonealarm??
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 23:08:02 +0100
> Taking a moment's reflection, Michael mused:
> | Hi gang.... silly question on behalf of someone else... how do you
> | disable zonealarm temporarily, to allow VNC?
> It would be easier, and more secure, to simply allow VNC to receive
> connections from the internet from within ZoneAlarm's settings.
Er, how do I do that? I've tried referring Friend to the instructions on
the website and she says they don't work, she can't do it, she can't
find the menu options etc. What she needs is some easy foolproof way of
killing the thing temporarily to allow VNC. Just exiting the firewall,
coming right out, has to be easier than fiddling with settings she can't
find or understand??
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