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From: rock on 20 May 2010 00:37
I am not sure why this has happened but I cannot now Enable my FF setting.
It says I have them Group set.
How can I release this so In can enab;e the FF?
From: VanguardLH on 20 May 2010 18:23
> I am not sure why this has happened but I cannot now Enable my FF setting.
> It says I have them Group set.
> How can I release this so In can enab;e the FF?
And what might "Group Firewall" be? There is no such program or feature
in Windows XP. There is the Windows Firewall included in Windows XP but
it has no "FF" setting (which you also don't describe but just give a
couple initials as if everyone must know what this is). There is no
"Group set" in the Windows Firewall.
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