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Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by Danman, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. Danman

    Danman Guest

    I have just installed Plesk.
    How do I enable the firewall?
  2. jbuts

    jbuts Guest

    Firstly, you should install SP1 for Windows. Plesk will automatically detect Windows Firewall. After that you can use firewall via Plesk.
  3. kami@

    kami@ Guest

    Do I need to change any default values in Plesk firewall setup before enabling it??

    Has anyone run to any problem after enabling plesk firewall??

  4. Danman

    Danman Guest

    Thanks, that did resolve the issue. Bu since i installed sp1 I am getting the following error. DCOM 10021. Still needs to research the error, but thought someone has had the problem before.
    I am runnning SQL also on the server.
  5. JackL

    JackL Guest

    DCOM 10021 -- DR.WEB issue
    When a Windows 2003 server running DR.WEB is upgraded to Windows 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1), a DCOM error with the Event ID 10021 may be present in the event log. The description contains a reference to the CLSID .

    A 10021 DCOM error associated with access control restrictions can also be generated.

    What to do
    Select Start|Run and type
    In 'Component Services', browse to Console Root|Component Services|Computers|My Computer|DCOM Config.
    In the list, locate the DrWEBCOM Service
    Select 'Properties'.
    Select the Security tab.
    Change 'Launch and Activation Permissions' to 'Use Default'.
    Change 'Configuration Permissions' to 'Use Default'.
    Select 'Apply'.
    Restart the DRWebCOM Service'.

    In Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (SP2), and Windows 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1), a new DCOM infrastructure with enhanced access control restrictions was introduced. This can affect some DrWEb applications so that the launch permissions of the affected service are set incorrectly. Despite the error messages, Dr.WEB Anti-Virus for Windows 2000/XP/2003 will continue to function correctly, and the error messages can be safely ignored.
    It is standard behavior for some antiviruses

    John S.G.