Is it normal to have Windows Firewall enabled along with COMODO's Firewall?

On Windows 7, Windows Firewall was always off when I had COMODO’s Firewall installed, I never changed any settings, it was just defaulted to off I guess when the install happened. And Windows Action center never gave any alerts saying that it was set to off because COMODO was installed. http://i.imgur.com/oemyQA4.png

On Windows 10 though, they are both set to on, and if I disable Windows own firewall it turns red, making it look like I need to take action and turn it back on. http://i.imgur.com/9JeYPOK.png

Is there conflict having both on?

It is a known bug that comodo does not disable the windows firewall on windows 10 https://forums.comodo.com/format-verified-issue-reports-cis/windows-firewall-not-disabled-on-w10-1511-m1790-t113769.0.html

Therefore you need to manually disable the windows firewall to prevent conflict between the two.

When I manually disable it, it looks like this http://i.imgur.com/R6s8Zrl.png

Mentions nothing about Comodo being the active firewall, seems like I’m not protected. Is this normal?

Hi Im_Special,
Check under security in ‘Security and Maintenance’, not under Windows Firewall. (Screenshot)

Kind regards.

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In that case it looks good on my end.

Good to hear. :-TU