Bd Firewall Keeps Turning On - Blocks Wifi Printers
A curious problem. After much searching and playing around after the installation of a new router, I succeeded in figuring out how to get round the problem of 2 of my WiFi computers not being able to print to any one of 3 WiFi printers - by turning off the BD firewall and enabling the Windows Firewall.
Problem sorted - or so I thought.
Last night couldn't print again. Usual trick of opening an elevated command prompt followed by net stop spooler/net start spooler and I could print again.
As this was a temproary solution until I discovered the "fix" mentioned above (namely turning the BD firewall off), I discovered that the BD firewall was back ON again (hence the reason why I couldn't print).
Anyone else having the BD firewall turn on on a computer restart - and if it does (or this is natural behaviour) is there any way to permanently turn off the BD firewall? This is very irritating to say the least.
Thanks in anticipation,
PC is a desktop Core i5 running Win 7HP SP1 64-bit / Router ASUS-DSL68U