Firewall for XP - that lets IIS6 work

Anybody know of a cost effective firewall that will let IIS6 work on XP?

I've tried everything, but it seems symantec internet security 2005 won't let me load and run IIS6.

I don't really want to pay £100's for symantec enterprise edition. How does everyone else do it?

Thanks
ecentrikAsked:
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knoxj81Commented:
ecentrik,  =]

Yes, Sygate Firewall (free version): http://smb.sygate.com/products/spf_standard.htm

If you like that firewall you can purchase the pro version for 39.95.

Also, you'll need to create a rule to allow ALL TCP traffic on port 80 to you.

Let me know if you have any further issues,

Jorden
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ecentrikAuthor Commented:
My mistake.

Seems the problem is with Norton Anti-virus and not the firewall.
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