Windows 10: Windows Firewall doesn't alert on inbound connection
Windows Firewall doesn't alert on inbound connection
many years I use 3rd part firewall software but now I am back to Windows Firewall.
When there is an inbound connection (a server that receive a connection from outside) Windows Firewall should notify and altert the user to accept (and make the rule) or decline the inbound connection.
That is the behaviour that I know Windows Firewall should have and I remember in the Win XP times that it was so.
Today I ran FILEZILLA FTP SERVER and I set it.
I ran a client in my LAN to connect to the server... NO ALERT... CAN'T CONNECT.
I ran another client (to be sure)... NO ALERT... CAN'T CONNECT.
So I make myself the rule for the service and... IT'S CONNECTED!!!
So firewall why didn't alert when it receive a connection???
I'm dying with this problem, here's an image of what keeps popping up every time I open an app http://s32.postimg.org/bcua3hbtd/clip_image0087.jpg
I keep pressing to allow the app through private and public but once I open the app again the popup...
So I just unpackaged my computer after moving back to the states (been in storage since Oct 1st). Connect everything and it doesn't recognize the Ethernet connection to the Internet. Call my isp to troubleshoot. They have me turn off my firewall in...
UPDATE: Windows August 2015 Security Update Release Summary - Windows 10 Forums