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aaskl
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Home Network Issues

Hi there, I have 2 questions,

1: How come when I go to "manage network" in the Mcafee security centre, it says it cannot map my home's network because either I am not connected to the network (which I am) or because i am using a IPNv6 connection which Mcafee does not support?

It was perfectly fine before before I added a new computer to the network. What's IPNv6 connection?



2. How come when I added my new computer to the network (using windows configuration), Mcafee didn't ask whether I accept the new computer? I thought it is suppose to tell me when a new computer is trying to access my network? Is there something wrong with my settings?

Many thanks for your help
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RE: Home Network Issues

Maybe the answer to the questions is here
http://service.mcafee.com/faqdocument.aspx?id=TS100259

Also checking further so please confirm Operating System
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RE: Home Network Issues

vista

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So did the document help ?

Are your vista settings as shown on the attachment
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RE: Home Network Issues

my problem is fixed.

thansk you

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Thanks will close this thread
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