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Help with LittleSnitch application..


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Im using littlesnitch and it comes in handy, but how do I allow some application, such as adium, to accesse the internet with out having little snitch asking for permission for everything? I always choose the option to "allow forever" but I keep getting asked for permission...
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Im using littlesnitch and it comes in handy, but how do I allow some application, such as adium, to accesse the internet with out having little snitch asking for permission for everything? I always choose the option to "allow forever" but I keep getting asked for permission...
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Whenever Adium attempts to connect to the Internet, Little Snitch will alert you and ask you what it should do. In telling it what to do, you are also defining the rule for the program. You can basically allow or deny a program to send information over the Internet, and the time options are: once, until the respective application quits, and forever. Additionally, you must also choose a condition, which can be: same port, same server, same server and same port, or any network connection.
This link should help you create a rule for the apps you want to allow through everytime they are launched:

http://www.nonstopmac.com/2006/05/re...h_122_acts.htm

You will need Administrator privileges.
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Thanks!! I feel kind of stupid though, it was all in system preferences...
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