Remove the access settings for a service

You can use the Connection Blocking window to remove the access settings and the specific access settings that you have configured for a service.

However, you cannot remove the default Connection Blocking setting that appears in the list.

Remove all access settings for a service

  1. In the Norton product main window, click Advanced.

  2. On the left pane, click Firewall.

  3. In the Connection Blocking row, click the settings icon.

  4. In the Connection Blocking window, in the Editing settings menu, select the network location for which you want to remove the Connection Blocking settings.

  5. In the View menu, select Services/Ports.

  6. Select one of the following tabs:

    Incoming

    Lets you specify the access settings for the incoming connections that use the service.

    Outgoing

    Lets you specify the access settings for the outgoing connections that use the service.

  7. Select the required service from the View pane and do one of the following:

    • Click Remove.

    • Click the - sign next to the service name.

  8. In the confirmation window, click Remove.

Remove an individual access setting for a service

  1. In the Norton product main window, click Advanced.

  2. On the left pane, click Firewall.

  3. In the Connection Blocking row, click the settings icon.

  4. In the Connection Blocking window, in the Editing settings menu, select the network location for which you want to remove the Connection Blocking settings.

  5. In the View menu, select Services/Ports.

  6. Select one of the following tabs:

    Incoming

    Lets you specify the access settings for the incoming connections that use the service.

    Outgoing

    Lets you specify the access settings for the outgoing connections that use the service.

  7. In the View pane, select the row that contains the specific access settings for a service and do one of the following:

    • Click Remove.

    • Click the - sign next to the service name.

  8. In the confirmation window, click Remove.

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DOCID: v18928900_nsmac_retail_en_us
Operating System: Mac OS X
Last modified: 09/01/2017