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XP mode needs Kaspersky firewall rule

Posted on 2014-09-15
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I have a couple of machines that are Windows 7 x64 that must run an  application in XP mode. The XP mode machines does not connect unless I disable the Kaspersky client on the Win 7 machine. How do I write an exclusiton for this app? I went into the policy properties for the firewall and tried to add the executable as an exception and it was not possible. it did not show up in the list of applicaitons. I am running Kaspersky version 10.
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Found this entry in the Kaspersky forum. Sounds identical to your issue.

http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=263110
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