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I have dedicated windows 2008 server and I'm trying to get visual svn server up and running.
When I try to browse SVN server (http://u15355190:8080/svn/ )
The page can not be displayed.
So I click to diagnose the problem. (screen shot 1)

If I uncheck block all (scren shot 2) SVN server loads in the web browser.

Is there a way of doing this without unchecking the block all?


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Question by:JRockFL
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you are trying to block ALL TCP traffic....That is going to cause you a few more headaches than this one....
you can add a custom port for 8080 an permit traffic....
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by:JRockFL
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Thank you for you reply. Those are the default settings that came with the dedicated server.
I went ahead and turned on Windows firewall.
Do I need to do block all tcp traffic if windows firewall is turned on?
How can I permit traffic on 8080?
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if you are running windows firewall, then its pretty locked down as is, that IPSEC policy is probable a little over the top....i personally wouldnt use that setting unless you specifically know exactly what you want in an out
Just add an exception using that add button if you want to keep as is :)
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