Configuring Windows Live Messenger through the Kerio Personal Firewall

1. From the system tray, near the system clock, click on the Kerio Personal firewall to open the Firewall Configuration window. 
 
 
 
2. Click on Network Security and choose the Applications tab. 
3. Depending on your Any Other Application setting, you may recieve a prompt or the application will be allowed automatically when a new application tries to access the Internet through the firewall,. When you use Windows Live Messenger, it will automatically be added to the Applications list. Once added, you will have to ensure it has full access to connect to the Internet. 
 
 
 
4. In the Applications list, verify the settings for Windows Live Messenger. Windows Live Messenger must be set to Permit in the In and Out sub-columns of both the Trusted and Internet columns.
  
 
 
5. To modify settings, select the Windows Live Messenger entry and choose Edit to open the Connection Settings window.  
 
 
 
6. In the Connection Settings window ensure Incoming Connection and Outgoing Connections are all set to Permit. Click OK to close the window.
  
 
  
7. To remove the application rules, select the rule from the Applications Network Security list and click on Remove.  
 

For more information, refer to the Kerio Personal Firewall website.
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3 Responses to Configuring Windows Live Messenger through the Kerio Personal Firewall

  1. luis says:

    luis el mejor amigo

  2. josh says:

    i have a temporary solution, just uninstall windows live messenger and use msn 7.5 untill they pull their fingers out and fix the problem, im hosting the installer, if you guys (microsoft/msn) wouldnt like me to do so just send me an e-mail at afenda@bigpond.net.au and ill gladly take it down… it will only be on here for a short while as a temporary fix.
     
    http://www.freewebs.com/uozha/MSN_Messenger.exe

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