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Iīm using kerio winroute firewall (trying it on a big trafic lan) and it work fine!

is a great program.

But.. i found something "strange" Razz

One time, the pc that was running the kerio winroute firewall, get crashed.

the next time that restart the pc... the winroute never start again... the icon in taskbar was with the red "X" and when i up "start kerio ... winroute" it change to the icon in gray and again puts in the red X without any error...

I try reinstaling winroute.. (using the repair) and donīt work Sad

for hours of thinking whats wrong.. i found.. that... that pc wrote wrong files of the statics of the interfase and users.

i delet this files and kerio start working again... without loosing any configuration (configuration that i will loose if i i uninstall and install again, witho making a copy of winroute.cfg Razz)

well i think that you need to add to the "repair" funcion on uninstall menu, that delete or check for the Statics files.

thanx for the great progam. At work will buy it at finals days of the mouth. (sorry for my poor english)

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