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You allowed windows start-up application to access your network resources.

Hello. This morning, I noticed some unusual activity on security history. Shortly after the computer was started up, there were multiple entries of "You allowed Host Process for Windows Services to access your network resources." as well as "You allowed windows start-up application to access your network resources." I tried to restart it and see if the same thing would happen and it didn't, except for the "You allowed windows start-up application to access your network resources." entries. Here's the two entries.

Category: Firewall - Activities
Date & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Recommended Action,Program Name,Program Path,Default Action,Action Taken,Local Computer,Traffic Description
9/10/2013 7:41:43 AM,Info,You allowed Windows Start-Up Application to access your network resources.,Allowed,No Action Required,Windows Start-Up Application,C:\Windows\System32\wininit.exe,No Action Required,Allow,"0.0.0.0, 49152","Inbound TCP, Port 49152"
You allowed <b>Windows Start-Up Application</b> to access your network resources.

Category: Firewall - Activities
Date & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Recommended Action,Program Name,Program Path,Default Action,Action Taken,Local Computer,Traffic Description
9/10/2013 7:41:43 AM,Info,You allowed Windows Start-Up Application to access your network resources.,Allowed,No Action Required,Windows Start-Up Application,C:\Windows\System32\wininit.exe,No Action Required,Allow,"::0, 49152","Inbound TCP, Port 49152"
You allowed <b>Windows Start-Up Application</b> to access your network resources.

Could anyone please explain what these mean? Thanks.

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Re: You allowed windows start-up application to access your network resources.

It means that the Smart Firewall allowed those processes network access as part of the boot process. This is perfectly normal. They are legit Microsoft processes, and are coded to access the Internet and receive data at that point. If I remember correctly, wininit always does, but the other only at specific intervals or situations.

When the firewall rule is temporary, it changes to "You allowed..." afterwards. If you check the rules for each process, you will probably see that that particular rule is no longer there, since it is automatically removed by the Norton firewall. At that point, the log will read "You allowed..." instead.

Anyways, what you are seeing is normal.

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Re: You allowed windows start-up application to access your network resources.

Ok. Thanks!

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