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  1. I should probably be thankful that everything works on my wireless network. On July 11th I installed a Western Digital My Cloud wireless network hard drive. Already on my network I have a Konica magicolor 1690MF color laser all-in-one. My host computer runs Windows 7 64-Bit SP1 which shows no detectable problems. However, my remote computer runs Windows XP-Professional SP3. In Device Manager there is a component under Network Adapters called RAS Async Adapter, for which the Microsoft name would be Microsoft Server ActiveSync. My ISP thinks this component is essential to Internet Connections even though many users live with the same problem, not being able to eliminate the yellow "!" I am afraid it might rob that system of resources. It does not connect to any device and rolling back or uninstalling the driver does not work. One thread suggested that allowing it under Windows Firewall might solve the problem. To my surprise, Windows Firewall on my XP was turned on, which I never set to do because I have always installed and enabled third party firewalls, in this case Private Firewall on both my computers. In Control Panel I cannot bring up the settings for Windows Firewall. The error message is that it cannot connect with Windows Firewall/ Internet Connections Service. How should I approach this? I have a huge archive of Registry backups; or I can reboot and choose Last Good Configuration. Help, Juliet!
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