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  1. That was it, when set to private it works properly (Protection, Firewall, Manage Networks).Thanks for the info on the traceroute rule, I will just wait for the update as I am not sure why I even set it to public.
  2. Yes, once I realized that EIS had changed I uninstalled both EAM and OA and installed the EIS. Are you saying that your rules screen shows the same as mine? Thanks.
  3. PingPlotter and plain ol tracert and ping can't seem to get out. I have not changed any settings in the firewall screen from the defaults (still trying to understand the layout of this new firewall coming from OA). It did previously show up in the (logs,firewall) log as having automatically added it with "IN/OUT - All Allowed" HOWEVER it didn't work. While this was happening I switched over to cmd prompt and tried tracert both programs show request timed out. I then tried to manually add the program via (Protection, Application rulews) the first time it simply wouldn't add, I went to the application rules and it wasn't there. I closed and re-opened the EIS dialog and went back to Application Rules and this time it stuck but pingplotter still failed to be able to get out, I confirmed in the log that it is there (IN/OUT - All Allowed) for the pingplotter.exe, same with tracert still times out. If I disable the EIS Firewall (Protection, Firewall, Uncheck OR the Protection screen) and then re-enable the windows firewall in action center both programs work properly (tracing and pinging is not longer blocked). I have attached the Protection Firewall screen and I don't recall ever modifying any rules directly on this screen, are they defaults? Any ideas would be appreciated, I keep suspecting I am just not used to this layout (brain is still in OA mode) and might be missing something. EIS 9.0.0.4799 Windows 8.1 pro 64bit
  4. If I were you I would email [email protected] (or even [email protected]) and then tell them which licence you wanted extended, and which licence was in error.
  5. I noticed this issue recently as well, my fix is to just launch action center and turn it back "on" (it syncs the correct state with wac). Thanks for the info Fabian
  6. Done, it ran the wizard, will report back if it 'trials out' again. @Steve1209: thanks for the link it pushed in the correct direction... the path on windows 8.1 seems to be: Settings, Change PC Settings, Update and Recovery, Recovery, Restart Now, Troubleshoot, Advanced, Startup Settings, Restart will bring you to the menu that allows you select safe mode or safe mode with networking (wow was F8 that complex? )
  7. Thanks for the reply, I have never been able to get into "safe mode" on windows 8 or 8.1. When going to Settings, Change PC settings, Update and recovery, Recovery, Advanced Startup - restart now, I have many options but safe mode is not one of them. Should I wait for it to error into trial mode again before deleting the a2settings? Should I just do a complete un then reinstall?
  8. Hello running EAM 8.1.0.40, currently have 320 days left on my licences (3 pack)... every 3 days or so it tells me my trial has expired... I pop my serial in and it is fine again for another 3 days. I am getting pretty concerned that it will just shut down and leave my machine vulnerable... is there any fix to this? I read the post from another user and it was supposedly fixed in .40 but it is still happening... how can I keep this from happening and keep my machine protected? Thanks for your time OS: fully patched windows 8.1 pro 64bit
  9. Are you saying your machine has only 900MB of RAM total? If so the easiest way to speed it up would be to get more ram
  10. Could you post the content of the blue screen? Or snap a photo of it and post it?
  11. I am getting it as well... the file in question is the current flash 11 installer: install_flashplayer11x64_mssd_aih.exe the link I get directed to to download it is (this is with the mcafee bloatware option DEselected): http://get.adobe.com...rowsers_(64_bit)&os=Windows%207&browser_type=Gecko&browser_dist=Firefox&d=McAfee_Security_Scan_Plus The file is attached (had to zip it using windows built in zip support)
  12. Sorry for the delay. Beta Version 6.0.0.49 DOES restore the systray (service) startup speed, and also restores main security status dialog speed.
  13. I am seeing this: To be clear it is loading the systray (service) a bit slower than normal, but the real slow down is when trying to access the main security status dialog. It happens with double click, or context (right click). Windows 7 64bit pro, SSD OS drive, EAM6 on, OA Premium on, Windows Firewall off, Windows Defender off.
  14. Hello! I have a program that connects to a remote server, the program is getting disconnected and in the log I will see this: 26/10/11 00:11:00 ICMP -> Destination unreachable(Network unreachable error) MYLANIP REMOTESERVERIP Blocked by ICMP rule When I check the Firewall section, ICMP tab all are defaulted (8,13,15,17 are allowed). I am just curious if this is saying that the REMOTESERVERIP sent me an unreachable code... or is the firewall telling me that REMOTESERVERIP was unreachable? The entire folder that the program in question resides in is Excluded in Options, Exclusions.