I just installed NIS 4 yesterday evening. All seemed OK until I used Quicken 2007 and discovered a very odd issue. I have a NAS on my home network, and have 4 directories on the NAS that are shared out. I have them setup as drives on my MacBook, so 4 network drives show up. One of them is used for nothing but backing up my Quicken.
Quicken opens fine and I don't seem to have any issues using it. The issue occurs when I close out Quicken. It's setup to automatically backup to MobileMe and also to the network drive on my NAS. When I close Quicken it totally locks up and all of my network drives that are on my NAS disappear except for the one that's for the Quicken backup. I end up having to do a force quit Quicken because it totally locks up. After this the network drive that's for Quicken is still there and I can access it, but I'm unable to regain access to any of my other network drives for my NAS until I reboot.
If I disable Connection Blocking in Norton Firewall I do not have this problem. I've gone into the Connection Blocking config and added Quicken 2007 to both Incoming and Outgoing under Applications and set it to allow. I've also gone into Zones and added 192.168.0.100 (address for my NAS) and set it to allow. Making these changes has had no effect on the issue. The only thing that seems to work is to disable Connection Blocking. I've looked in the logs, and there's absolutely nothing at all in the logs other than updates that were done when running LiveUpdate.
Any ideas how I can fix this??