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How to "unblock" content from a website accidentally blocked in Symantec Internet Security 2004?

Posted on 2004-10-05
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Ok here it goes.  I have Norton Internet Security installed ona laptop.  While trying to view multimedia content on a  personal website, I accidentally blocked access to the video part of the website.  I have found no possible way to unblock this, or any way around it.  It may be something simple, but I have no idea on how to do it.  Any suggestions?
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Double click the globe in your system tray, when the norton window opens, highlight personal firewall, now lower right hand corner click on configure, then go to the programs tab. In the lower box you can manually change your previous or automatic settimngs to allow this page.
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