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Cannot use Logme in software since I installed Kaspersky

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I use to be able to remote using the LogMeIn software from my work computer to my home computer. But after I installed Kaspersky Internet Security on my home machine, I am not able to connect. When I try to connect, I click the icon on my desktop, then it tries to establish a connection. What it does now is that it just times out when I try the connnection.

Are there any issues that you are aware of between Kaspersky Internet Security and LogMeIn remote software. http://www.logmein.com
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Hello TheFamousOne,

Kapersky may be blocking Logmein.  In your Kapersky preferences menu, allow Logmein.

If no joy, disable Kapersky firewall when using Logmein.

Hope this helps!
war1
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How was that an accepted solution?

If Kaspersky is blocking logmein, then remotely you are unable to disable kaspersky firewall.
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