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My system is a Dell Optiplex GX-1, Windows 2000 Standard Member Server, 350Mhz, 256 RAM, with a Dell onboard NIC as well as an additional 3-com COMBO NIC.

I've been using KWF since the start. All my upgrades from one version to another have been seamless. Until 6.0.3.

After upgrading from 6.0.2 to 6.0.3 my computer would not boot fully. After startup to the logon screen, could not ping it from other machines. Also, logon would not complete. It would stall out and remain at a blank screen, no desktop. I had to use safe mode to remove 6.0.3 entirely. After rebooting I reinstalled 6.0.2 and restored all my backup *.cfg files and all is well again. I believe it was maybe a network card driver/OS incompatibility.

BTW, Thank you Kerio for making a good system restoration by simply copying the *.cfg files. Whew! Good thing I had backed them up! I have quite a few rules.

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