First off if you unistal make sure you use the removal tool from their
But befor you do that enter the ip address/addresses of the computer(s) on
your network into the trusted sites.
Norton Internet Security Tab,
Trusted. (enter ip's here)
I had this problem with Norton Internet Security, once I entered the ip
addresses of the pc's on my network it went away. It appears that even
though the ip range has been entered into the firewall, the intrusion
preventing screws it all up.
If you have 2006 download the free update to 2007 features here: http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoff...build=standard
And follow above.
> I've run into a network config issue that is driving me insane and as of now
> am fully blaming Norton for. The system is a brand new HP that came with a
> trial version of Norton Internet Security. Out of the box everything worked
> fine. Then a coworker uninstalled the trial Internet Securtity (without
> using the Norton Removal Tool), clicked the "restart now" button after the
> uninstall was complete, and upon restarting we've been unable to do anything
> with the NIC.
> Pinging 127.0.0.1 works fine, but when it comes to connecting to anything
> that's a no go. The part this is really messing with me is manually
> configured the IP adress, subnet, gateway, etc. But after doing this and
> hitting ok a couple of times, the IP address is being autoconfigured and the
> IP address i assigned is showing up under Subnet mask.
> As of this point I'm stumped. Seeing as the problems started with the
> restart following the Norton uninstall i'm almost certain this was the
> cuplrit, I just can't figure out what i could have done. Is it possible that
> it's locked ports down and artifacts from the uninstall are messing things up?