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i just purchased the norton systemworks 2003, and i do have a linksys router system,plus i installed ADsubtract.What i want to know is when i install the norton systemworks will it conflict with my router firewall,and will it conflict with my ADsubtract program.I have been told that it could because the norton program has some sort of internet ad blocking in the program. The other question is can I install all of the norton program and leave out the one program that may conflict with my AD subtract program,,, thanks for all your help,,love the program,and the news letters



This question was answered on February 13, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Ok let me tell you this, all home network routers have a default IP address like the one you use to access your router which will prevent anyone getting to your mac address of your computer that is your firewall, viruses can enter your computer various ways so install your anti-virus software, AD subtract is an Internet program that will block pop up ads, none of these will be a conflict with each other

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Posted by Eugene of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 13, 2003