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cheming1

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(3002) Antivirus scanning failed (Cannot scan object. Object is either locked by another process or it is a McAfee bug when scanning RAR.) for user hongxun at 192.168.2.2, HTTP file http://www.loveunix.net/bbs/index.php?act=Attach&type=po st&id=3234.


I want to know if KWF can scan a RAR file ?
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an2ny79

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Does anyone knows how to create a traffic from Public to Private IP (via
KWF)?

Figure:
Public Remote ---> Kerio Server --->Private Computer

It's like, setting up a FTP Server behind KWF....

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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cheming1 wrote on Wed, 29 December 2004 16:07

(3002) Antivirus scanning failed (Cannot scan object. Object is either locked by another process or it is a McAfee bug when scanning RAR.) for user hongxun at 192.168.2.2, HTTP file http://www.loveunix.net/bbs/index.php?act=Attach&type=po st&id=3234.


I want to know if KWF can scan a RAR file ?


It depends on the version of KWF. McAfee failed to scan some archives in RARv3 format. Check the version of McAfee antivirus engine in the Administration Console. Version 4.3.20 is able to scan RAR v3 files properly.
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feite

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Try the wizard to make traffic rules or read the helpfile. Its all there.

To help you a bit

name: FTP service
source: internet NIC
dest: firewall
service: FTP
action: allow
logging: packets and connection (for testing)
translation: destination NAT, translate to <ip address of internal FTP server>
protocol inspector: default (do not use None)

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