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All I can suggest is to check for necessary ports being open....perhaps? Open SecueityCenter, click Web and Email Protection, then click Firewall, then Ports and System Services where you can edit items already there and add ones that aren't.
I'm not familiar with that kind of setup however so you may be better off asking Technical Supoort Chat, linked through Useful Links at the top of this page.
I gleaned this from a very old internal thread from another moderator that may apply, if it makes any sense to you...
If he's running a webserver, it will need port 80 (HTTP) open in System Services. If he's also using HTTPS (secured webpages) he will need to open port 443 as well.
In situations like this, I would configure the webserver for another port (say, port 8000), then change the settings in the router to forward port 80 to port 8000, and add port 8000 in System Services in the Firewall - just to test if the firewall WILL allow access through another port.
Sorry for taking so long to reply - I've been swamped for the last few days. I'll try opening ports gradually and see if that helps. I'll report back if I meet with success! Thanks
Just to let you that the solution turned out to be that I needed to open Port 80 in the Firewall settings, which I would not have guessed! Thanks very much for your help,
That's great! Glad it's solved.