Re: should these be connecting to the internet?
From: N. Miller (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 16:34:20 -0700
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mike Henley
> Hi... I'm using Kerio personal firewall 4, I have to decide about the
> following whether i should allow or deny them access to the internet
> or/and the "trusted" zone
> 1. LSA Shell (export version)
> 2. Windows NT Logon Application
> 3. Userinit Logon Application
> 4. Microsoft File and Printer Sharing
> 5. Kerio pesronal firewall GUI
> I'm using windows xp sp2 on a single home machine. Thanks
Pay close attention to the destination of the requested connection.
I don't have a WinNT kernel computer (NT/2K/XP) so I can't address items one
through three definitively, but...
2 & 3 should be okay for localhost only.
4 should be okay for the LAN only.
5 should be okay for localhost only (unless it is a setup for remotely
administering Kerio on another computer; I have version 2.1.5, and allow
The key is to know whether the destination IP address is 127.0.0.1
(localhost), or your LAN IP address range, or the Internet. I suspect that
none of those items should be allowed onto the Internet; block them all
(from access to the Internet), and back up if that breaks something.
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