How to launch Azureus Vuze after installing Comodo Internet Security (Firewall)

Who’s calling the “Shots” around here…?!?

This should have already been “Hard Coded” and a “Button” on the first screen…

[{Comodo Internet Security}] Select \{‘Firewall’}…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall}] Select (‘Network Security Policy’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy}] Select \{‘Application Rules’}{‘Application Name’}(‘C:\Program Files\Vuze\Azureus.exe’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules}] Click [‘Edit’]…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control}] Click \{‘Network Access Rules’}[‘Add’]…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule} (Pulldown)] Select \{‘General’}{‘Action’}(‘Allow’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule} (Pulldown)] Select \{‘General’}{‘Protocol’}(‘TCP or UDP’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule} (Pulldown)] Select \{‘General’}{‘Direction’}(‘In/Out’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule} (Pulldown)] Select \{‘Source Port’}{‘Type’}(‘A Port Range’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule}] Select \{‘Source Port’}{‘Start Port’}(‘1024’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule}] Select \{‘Source Port’}{‘End Port’}(‘65535’)…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control\Network Control Rule}] Click [‘Apply’]…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy\Application Rules\Application Network Access Control}] Click [‘Apply’]…

[{Comodo Internet Security\Firewall\Network Security Policy}] Click [‘OK’]…

[{Comodo Internet Security}] Close window…

[{Your current project}] Try to remember what you were just working on before the Sun goes down…

It is hardcoded as follows. In default settings you will one alert for incoming TCP and one for UDP traffic. Then you Allow and tell it to remember the answer.

Whose calling the shots? Nobody, basically. This is a community forum… :wink: