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    Configure Zonealarm to allow access to sites hosted on IIS

    This is a discussion on Configure Zonealarm to allow access to sites hosted on IIS within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; desi i have an old copy of outpost FREE version on my pc [it works well as a basic firewall ...

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      Re: Configure Zonealarm to allow access to sites hosted on IIS

      desi i have an old copy of outpost FREE version on my pc [it works well as a basic firewall no upgrades available [used it for 4 years with no problems ]if u want it i can email it to u [if it doesnt toot your flute just bin it ]its 2.49 meg [and will work ok [i now use the pro version myself ]its version 1.0


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      Re: Configure Zonealarm to allow access to sites hosted on IIS

      Thats very good of your dtr42

      Thanks for your help
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