Windows Firewall - Add or Remove an Exception

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       #30

    mochili96 said:
    no i don't think so
    Since you're not sure, double check in Programs and Features, and post a screenshot showing all of your installed programs. We'll take a look to help see if there may be. :)

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       #31

    alright, thanks for the help in advance
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  3. Posts : 71,255
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       #32

    I don't see a 3rd party firewall program installed. You might do a full scan of your system with Windows Defender Offline at boot just to help make sure it's clean.

    If you are clean, then you could try doing a system restore using a restore point (if available) dated when you know Windows Firewall was working properly to see if that will fix the issue.
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