Money 2003, Passport, and Norton Firewall


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David

I just upgraded to Money 2003 from 98. I found that I
have to disable my Norton Internet Security Firewall in
order to log in to Money 2003 using my passport account.
Cookies are enabled in Windows and in Norton. It makes me
a little nervous that I have to disable my firewall while
working in Money. Anyone have a solution?
Thanks.
David
 
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Rob Schneider

David said:
I just upgraded to Money 2003 from 98. I found that I
have to disable my Norton Internet Security Firewall in
order to log in to Money 2003 using my passport account.
Cookies are enabled in Windows and in Norton. It makes me
a little nervous that I have to disable my firewall while
working in Money. Anyone have a solution?
Thanks.
David
There may well be a fix ... however, if you use broadband I recommend
you not rely on software firewalls, and instead invest a small amount of
money in a Linksys, Netgear, or equivalent hardware firewall. It
eliminates all this software complexity.
 
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Bonnie Synhorst - MVP

Set Norton to prompt you when programs are trying to access the Internet,
then when these come up, you can select to Always allow them to access the
Internet.
 

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