undo a block..

i unwittingly blocked a request as it was showing as just system trying to do somethign without any additional information. but because of that my avira updates are failing; how do i undo it?

when i try to do the update a see a bunch of firewall events being logged; how do i change Comodo to not block these?

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Welcome to the forums. :slight_smile:

‘System’ should be set to ‘Outgoing Only’.
Go to Firewall > Advanced > Network Security Policy > look for the ‘System’ entry > right click > ‘edit’ > choose the ‘Predefined Policy’ option > Use the drop-down box and select ‘Outgoing Only’.

Need help. For starters, I can’t figure out how to post a new topic, so I’ll tag onto this one. I have the same problem. I am running Vista Service Pack 2 with Comodo 3.14.147648.588. Other security software includes ESET NOD32 Anti-virus. I plugged in a USB memory card, the OS attempted to update the driver. I elected to block. Now it seems permanently blocked. I have read the other ‘undo block’ posts without learning much. I seem to have thousands of unsorted and unsortable entries in Defense+>Advanced>Computer Security Policy, but a painful browse was unable to detect what was in the log:

My log shows (at the time I selected ‘block’) the following entry:
C:\Windows\System32\services.exe Modify Key HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\wudfsvc

So, I seemed to have blocked ‘services’ in some way, preventing a USB driver update. I want to unblock, but haven’t a clue how. Thanks.

Did you tell to remember the answer or not? In case you didn’t ask to remember a reboot will solve it.