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DeathWolf

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Hello all,

I have an application which opens ports on a random basis, and i need for that apps to be able to have full access, but i want to keep my other set of rules. I kinda need a specific app rule, and am wondering if it's possible....

Since i couldnt find anything i tried an alternate method, by creating a new user, starting the apps with this user, and then say to give full access to that user but it doesnt seem to be working.

So if anyone knows how i can do that please tell


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Paul-Kenji Cahier
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bozzo

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kerio personal firewall can do application auth
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DeathWolf

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this is a server, kerio personal wont install on it
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DeathWolf

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so any idea:)?

this is kinda weird to see the winroute soft not having the small feature of the personal version.... especially when there is an use to it:/
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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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By the time WinRoute receives the packet there is no way to know what application generated the packet. WinRoute will only see the header of the packet that contains the source IP/port and destination IP/port. This is why it does not have the same feature as the personal firewall.
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