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Hello Dear Friends I have a question

In my local network i have a computer with shared folder Called Backup.. (internal IP of this computer is 192.168.1.2)

I want that some kind of people could connect to this shared folder..

What and how i must configure Kerio WinRoute Firewall?

Thank you very much
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PRETORIAN

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HELLO It's me again

I managed and solved this problem..
I created address group called "Access List" i added the users Ip addresses there and also added Authentication option....
(I mean only the users can connect to my file server whose Ip addresses (I mean Global Ip Addresses)are entered in my access list, also for more security a added to this access list authentication option, Permitted user must enter user name and password.)

WOW Works Perfectly, Secure and really fast...

Kerio Is The Super Solution of configuring and managing network communications between users, Companies and company branches.

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