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    Quote Originally Posted by ivell View Post
    You mean to the Apps rules? Already set long time ago. Also app is set as trusted and user for files as trusted. I tried to set explicitly rule for firewall: ANY IP IN/OUT, incoming traffic, destination IP any, port 1802, from any IP/port. And nothing seems to be working :/
    I'd recommend removing everything, restarting and then re-adding the application and port exceptions.

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    Just to clarify... When you disable Comodo, you get a Success on the test but when it is enable it reports a Failure?

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    Yup, and no firewall rule, nor app setting as trusted helps on that in Comodo.

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    As stated, delete all your FG releated rules/settings. Restart your computer, then re-add them. Their are reports that sometimes security program rules/etc are tied to specific versions of the applications (i.e. based on cheksums, dates or sum) and the rules that appear to be correct really won't work as intended.

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