I want to disable internet connection in Firewall for some programs... well

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    I want to <U>disable</U> internet connection in Firewall for some programs... well
    well tell what I do disable/enable internet conn, when :
    1)Firewall ON or OFF
    2)In Exceptions the software title is ticked or un-ticked?
    tell me for all combinations? i-conn is disabled or enabled for the particular program?
     
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    what I must follow from below 1) or 2)

    1)start
    firewall
    Windows Firewall
    allow program through windows firewall
    Exceptions
    tick/untick


    2)Step 1: <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt">On the Windows Vista-based computer, click Start, type Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. In the console tree, click Outbound Rules.</SPAN><P style="LINE-HEIGHT: normal; MARGIN: 0in 0in 10pt" class=MsoNormal><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri"><SPAN>Step 2: Then just follow the steps in adding the program you don’t wantto access the internet or to give it full interrupted access. You must configure both Inbound and Outbound</SPAN></SPAN>
     
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    when disable ICF this is for updates, or normal operation of program ? I want only for updates, what do?
     
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    for XP? What to follow?
     
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    Are you asking what to do for XP?



    As the name indicates, this is a Vista forum, not XP.
     
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