[OpenAFS] Symantec Internet Security 2008

Kim Kimball dhk@ccre.com
Thu, 06 Mar 2008 11:30:06 -0700

I don't remember the details but was running Symantec Internet Security 
2008 with no issues.

Just adding my .02 that this can be made to work.

Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> Jeffrey Altman wrote:
>> Do not bother attempting to use Symantec Internet Security 2008 with 
>> OpenAFS for Windows.
>> As far as I can tell it is not possible to get the product configured 
>> in such a way to permit network traffic across the Microsoft Loopback 
>> Adapter.
>> If you do figure out how to do so, please post it to the list.
>> Jeffrey Altman
> I believe I was able to figure it out.
> 1. Under "Personal Firewall->Program Control" add a "Allow" rule for 
> "C:\Program Files\OpenAFS\Client\Program\afsd_service.exe"
> 2. Do the same for "fs.exe", "aklog.exe", and other command line 
> utilities if so desired.
> 3. Under "Personal->Firewall->Trust Control, Trusted tab", add a 
> "Trusted" rule for "02-00-4C-4F-4F-50".
> 4. Under the "Personal Firewall->Advanced Settings" press the 
> "Configure" button.
> 5. Add a new rule:
>     "Allow", "Inbound", "Any computer", "Protocol: UDP", "Port 7001", 
> and describe it as "AFS Callback Port".  Make it the first rule in the 
> list.
> 6. Add a new rule:
>     "Allow", "Outbound", "Any computer", "Protocol: UDP", "Port range: 
> 7001-7008" and describe it as "AFS Server Ports".  Make it the second 
> rule in the list.
> Finally, double check the configuration of the "Microsoft Loopback 
> Adapter" labeled "AFS" in the Network Control Panel.   Make sure that 
> "TCP/IP is checked", that "Client for Microsoft Networking" is 
> checked, and that "File and Printer Sharing" is not checked.
> You should now be able to access "\\afs\all" in the Explorer Shell.