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How to make Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing?

Kaspersky is one of the well-known antivirus software that has a built-in firewall as well. The firewall usually blocks access over the Internet or network for the security of the device connected to the network. But, when you are connected to a network, you would want to share your files and folders with the other devices connected to the network. This is when you will have to face this issue where Kaspersky blocks network sharing. If the sharing feature is being blocked by Kaspersky, then you won’t be able to share or access the shared files on your network. So, how do you allow network sharing in Kaspersky? This can be done from the Settings page of Kaspersky. However, make sure that you have configured network sharing on your network. Let us see the steps to make Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing

Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing

The step-by-step procedure to allow network sharing in Kaspersky is given below.

  • Initially, turn on your computer on which you have installed Kaspersky.
  • Click the Start menu and locate the Kaspersky application icon.
  • Double-click on Kaspersky to launch the application interface.
  • You can also launch Kaspersky by double-clicking the shortcut icon on the desktop.
  • Once the application is launched, click the Settings tab.
  • Go to the left side panel and click the Firewall option under the Anti-Virus protection section.
  • Now, click the Network packet rules button on the main panel.
  • Click the options TCP connections through local ports and UDP connections through local ports and make sure the Action field is set to Allow.
  • Select OK and close the Kaspersky interface.
  • Now, you should be able to access the shared files on your network.
  • Now we have seen the steps to make Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing