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Two Issues - ICS not able to activate and Intrusion

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Two Issues - ICS not able to activate and Intrusion

Unread postby littlefrog » October 24th, 2005, 6:01 pm

Hi - hope you can help. I have two pcs and installed the following on them. Network adapter card on older pc and then a crossover cable between both. They see each other and share files and printer, but not internet connection. When I try to enable ICS newer pc says can't start Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing. I disabled Windows Firewall due to the fact I had Norton Firewall and was getting a conflict with the two running. Cannot now re-enable Windows Firewall as it appears to have vanished completely. I have Windows XP plus SP2 installed on both pcs.

I also keep getting the following intrusion detections - MS RPCSS, MS ANSI Integer Overflow TCP and MS RPC LSASS DS oversize request. Know that this means Norton is working, but this didn't start until I had connected the crossover cable.

Hope you can help with this matter as it is driving me up the wall - doing a LAN should have been relatively easy. Help

p.s. also meant to say my DVD/RW appears to have disappeared from the system
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Unread postby NonSuch » October 26th, 2005, 6:32 pm

I'm sorry you have not had a reply to your query. This is likely because this forum is geared toward the removal of malware, and your problem does not appear to stem from that.

I suggest you may want to try one of the following forums, all of which have areas for issues other than malware...




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