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NT kernel, DNS client and lot of other traffic is being blocked

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Switched to Nod32 today and found this in troubleshooting wizard, what's going on here?  Everything seems working fine on my end.

I'm accessing internet through public router it's the only option at my Univ and using Cloudflare DNS to unblock some webpages also IPV6 is set to "obtain DNS server automatically".

Need some help regarding this.


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Make sure that the subnet is in the trusted zone, ie. that you marked the network as Home / office network when it was detected. This can be changed in Known network setup in the advanced setup.

If there are no real issues caused by blocking communication, I would suggest not to run the firewall troubleshooting wizard. It's normal that the firewall filters unwanted communication.

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1 hour ago, duckMan said:

Switched to Nod32 today

Everything posted in regards to your screen shots relates to Eset Internet Security? NOD32 does not contain a firewall component.

Did you uninstall Internet Security prior to installing NOD32?

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Yes it's ESET Internet Security, got confused, there are so many settings in here seems more like enterprise products.

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