Kaspersky is an antivirus software used for protecting important data on your computer from virus threats such as ransomware, malware, spyware, and Trojans. Usually, Kaspersky blocks network sharing to prevent network attacks. Let us see how to make Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing when required.
To know how to make Kaspersky allow Network Sharing, follow the quick steps given below.
On your Windows computer, close all the running programs first and then connect your computer to the local wireless network.
Launch the Kaspersky software by double-clicking its shortcut icon on the desktop.
Alternatively, click the arrow icon in the system tray and select the Kaspersky icon to launch the
In the Kaspersky main window, click the Settings icon at the bottom-left corner.
Navigate to the left-side panel and click the Protection tab.
Next, click on the Firewall link in the middle of the page to open the Firewall settings.
Click on Networks available at the bottom of the page.
In the Network Properties window, right-click on your network from the displayed list and select the Edit option.
Choose your local network from the Trusted network drop-down menu.
Click the Save button and check if the network has been connected by looking at the network status in the Network Properties window.
If you cannot see the network status as connected, return to the Firewall settings window and navigate to the Packet Rules tab.
Give a right-click on the Local Services (TCP) option and select Allow to enable it.
Also, set Allow for the Local Services (UDP) option.
Click the OK button.
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