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rowebil

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okay I installed this on my server. My server is a print server, dns, and active directory. How do I set the program up?
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rowebil

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Blah. I was kinda mad when I posted that. My laptop wouldn't start or anything. It got me mad, but it's good now.

What I mean is..


How do I set up client computers to connect to that server, to use the web filter?
Do I go to internet options and connection, then add the IP/Proxy Address?

I did that, but it didn't work. The page wouldn't even load. What am i missing?
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moro666

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Simply,,

1- Read Help file first.
2- Read Help file first. (not a duplicated step Smile )
3- Do you enabled (Proxy Server)within Kerio ?
4- give more details, plz


[Updated on: Mon, 24 November 2008 03:47]


Mohammad Habeeb
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rowebil

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I didn't do anything yet. haha

How can I enable the ports for NetSupport? I use netsupport to manage my server. But everytime I turn Kerio on, it disconnects me. How can I turn the firewall off? Or add exception ports?
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an2ny79

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You need to familiarize yourself first about Kerio Winroute. As first time user, you need to use the Wizard to setup the traffic policy. It's self explanatory really. Its easy to understand specially if you know how internet works.

If you want to use netSupport, you just need to allow/exempt connecting IP or ComputerName using simple programming condition.

Example (traffic policy) (using KWF v6.5.2)
Name: NetSupport
Source: trusted/Local Interface or Selected Local Interface
Destination: Firewall
Service: choose Port, 5405 (if i wasnt' wrong), TCP and UDP
Action: Permit
Translation: None
Valid On: Always

*** Policy is using hierarchy method, meaning, it starts from top to bottom until policy has been met. If not, the last policy will be implemented which is DENY

Lastly, read help file.
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an2ny79

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I forgot.. Most important..
READ HELP FILE...

hehehe.. just kidding.. well seriously, read help file...! Laughing
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moro666

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So.. Did you Read HELP FILE ?!! Very Happy

Mohammad Habeeb
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