On Wed, 15 Sep 2004, Jonathan L. Trigaux wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Sep 2004, Meyersburg, Jason wrote:
> > What has worked for us has been to first disable the Windows Firewall in
> > the "security center" in "system tools." That has fixed a couple. If
> > not, then also in the Windows Firewall window, click the "exceptions"
> > tab and add 3 ports to the list: TCP port 10000, UDP port 4500, and UDP
> > port 62515. This has fixed most of our VPN problems after SP2.
> ...or upgrade to Symantec 9.0 using the supplied installer here:
> which includes in its install process a batch file that automatically adds
> firewall exceptions for the antivirus and VPN clients, with the "added
> bonus" of running the latest version of Symantec.
Not to discourage anyone from doing the SAV 9 install, but the batch file
for just the firewall rules is at: