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Old 02-13-2008, 11:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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the problem i have is that every time i go to use opera, i get a warning saying "the application opera mini has attempted to access a low level network connection" is there a way to tell it to always accept? i went to the permissions and set everything to "allow" but that didnt do it. any ideas?
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From what I've read in the past, if you enable the firewall it should stop asking you for permission every time you load up Opera.
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Mine does this also, sometimes...
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From what I've read in the past, if you enable the firewall it should stop asking you for permission every time you load up Opera.
I might sound stupid, but how do you enable the firewall?
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sorry for double posting!!

hey i figured it out dereck, thanks, but another error occurred.

it said, "the application operete $2dhifi$$2dus has attempted to open a connection to a location inside the firewall and outside the firewall which is not allowed by your IT policy"

any idea anyone?
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Get used to the "request" prompt. There's no way to make it always accept. The older versions used to, but the newer versions and or the newer operating systems won't allow it.
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actually turning the fire wall on worked. after turning on the fire wall, the next time opening opera it gave me a similar message but with the option to always allow. now it doesn't ask me any more. thanks dereck
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