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how to unblock port 119 and 443 on windows 7? to download with

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how to unblock port 119 and 443 on windows 7? to download with BINVERSE software i apparently need to unblock these ports
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Mr. Clark replied 5 years ago.
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Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> click on Advanced Settings on the left..

Click on New Inbound on the left then on the far right click New Rule.

Click Port. Click TCP. And then in the field below for Specific Ports type in 119, 443

Then click Next.

Check Allow the Connection then Next.

Make sure all options are checked here and click Next.

For Name call it BINVERSE1 and click Finish.

Click on New Inbound on the left then on the far right click New Rule.

Click Port. Click TCP. And then in the field below for Specific Ports type in 119, 443

Then click Next.

Check Allow the Connection then Next.

Make sure all options are checked here and click Next.

For Name call it BINVERSE2 and click Finish.

From there, reboot your machine.

The ports should be open locally on your computer.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I would like to get rid of this program Binverse because I dont understand how to use it. So how can I undo the changes that I made now concerning the ports by following your above mentioned advice?
Expert:  Mr. Clark replied 5 years ago.
To remove the programs that you created, go to Start -> Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> Advanced Settings.

Under Inbound Rules look for BINVERSE1 and BINVERSE2. Highlight each and delete the rules.

This should undo the changes.

Let me know if you need further assistance.

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