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I have a new wifi address, which is not detected/recognised by ESET. I have not deleted my previously existing wifi address, as unsure how to do that - so could this be the reason? If so, is using the new one a problem?

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Do you mean that after you connect the computer to a wi-fi network it's not recognized and trusted? Isn't it listed under Known network in the firewall setup at all?

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1 hour ago, Marcos said:

Do you mean that after you connect the computer to a wi-fi network it's not recognized and trusted? Isn't it listed under Known network in the firewall setup at all?

Marcos, thanks. I didn't think about the firewall setup. I didn't see the wifi network listed under known network when I was looking at linked devices but I'll definitely check it out. I'll come back on that.

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14 hours ago, Jean Author said:

Marcos, thanks. I didn't think about the firewall setup. I didn't see the wifi network listed under known network when I was looking at linked devices but I'll definitely check it out. I'll come back on that.

Thanks again Marcos, that was the answer; much appreciated.

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