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Working with ports in Firewall 10

I am trying to seup a network multifunction printer. I need to open ports in the firewall 10.
The printer has a step by step process for setting ports in McAfee Firewall. The problem is that the menus in Firewall 10 do not match the ones in the printer manual. The printer manual shows settings for in & out. The 10 menus only have one setting for each port. There are other differences also that I cannot figure out.
Is there examples anywhere that show what should go on each line?

I downloaded the 2009 manual & found it no help as it only says to enter information. But gives no example of what information should go on each line.
I wish I had never upgraded to 2009.
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RE: Working with ports in Firewall 10

Double-click the taskbar icon to open the McAfee Security Center and then click on "Advanced menu" (bottom left), then "Configure" (left), then "Internet & Network" (top left), now to the "Advanced" button on the right. At the left you should see 'System Services' click on it and to the right you would have a list of ports, check that port if it is listed or you can add a port then apply and OK it.

I'm not in a system right now with McAfee installed, but if that doesn't help get back and I'll have a look.
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