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I'm trying to reject (ESET should notify and ask me first) access for some ports (80,443,8080,22, and others) from my local network. -for the whole internet it's already protected from Windows Firewall and my router settings and all access are blocked. But for local network, it's opening and allowing. I did the following: 1) Created a rule in the firewall. 2) Set the settings as the following: 2.1) Direction: In 2.2) Action: Ask 2.3) Protocol: TCP 2.4) Local window > Ports: 80,443,8080-8082,21-23 2.5) Remote window > Zones: Private addresses It is working great as expected (everyone in the local network trying to access any of these ports; the app will notify me whether to allow or reject it). But, the problem is, sometimes when I first logon to Windows, it asks me, and from time to time (idk when it happens, but randomly i think), it asks me. That's the first thing. The second thing is, is this rule really secure? or did i do something unnecessary and put my device in danger? -- Specs: OS: Windows 11 Product: ESET Internet Security
I run a laptop on Windows 10 Pro 1809, and run ESET Internet Security latest version on it. My primary browser is Firefox and I use MS Edge browser only as a PDF/ebook reader. So I wanted to block internet access to it. I created a couple of firewall rules in ESET IS to Deny access to Edge across all protocols, in and out. But for some reason, Edge is still able to connect to the internet. I am blocking two applications related to Edge as per attached image. Please help me understand why Edge is still able to access the internet despite this. Is there something else I need to do to achieve this? Thanks and Regards, RK
Hello I noticed that following problems with all my Endpoint Security clients: Endpoint Security clients fail to save / create a new firewall rules in Learning Mode Endpoint Security clients unable to save new rules with Network troubleshooting wizard at all clients I suggest it's some thing wrong with my polices at the server... I have ESET Remote Administrator Server 6.5.417.0 and ESET ENDPOINT SECURITY 6.5.2094.0 How can I create different custom rules for small amount of particular endpoint security clients with. When which one of them needs different custom rules.