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iPrint Client with Zone Alarm

Trying to get the iPrint client to work with Zone Alarm personal
firewall, but having problems.

If I shutdown Zone alarm and reboot (you must reboot for the change to
take effect) I am able to install printers no problem. But with Zone
Alarm up and running I am unable to do so. Once the printers are
installed, I am able to print regardless of the Zone alarm program.

I have placed the iPrint server in the trusted section of the program,
but unfortunately the program does not allow grannual support of which
ports you want to open.

any ideas?

Bob
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Re: iPrint Client with Zone Alarm

Never mind, as soon as I posted the question the answer hit me.

The problem is not with the iPrint server accessing the client, it is
with the client accessing the server.

I allowed the program iprntctl.exe in Zone Alarm and every worked perfectly.

Bob


Bob Brandt wrote:
> Trying to get the iPrint client to work with Zone Alarm personal
> firewall, but having problems.
>
> If I shutdown Zone alarm and reboot (you must reboot for the change to
> take effect) I am able to install printers no problem. But with Zone
> Alarm up and running I am unable to do so. Once the printers are
> installed, I am able to print regardless of the Zone alarm program.
>
> I have placed the iPrint server in the trusted section of the program,
> but unfortunately the program does not allow grannual support of which
> ports you want to open.
>
> any ideas?
>
> Bob

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