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Lucif3r

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  1. Hi John, thanks for your reply. I can't find a way to whitelist the immunet folder but still, I opened all the ports that are required for immunet to work properly. Also, i'm 100% sure that it is not a firewall issue because I completely disabled the Windows Firewall (it's the ONLY firewall I have) and it still didn't work, same problem. I don't have any other firewall or antivirus.
  2. Hi, before I get bad looks I already searched the ENTIRE forum. Tried all the fixes I found and nothing works. Already tried uninstalling, reinstalling, disabling firewall, adding unblocking rules of the ports, etc and nothing works. The ImmunetProtect_6.0.8 service stops by itself. When I restart/start it, it takes about 10 seconds for it to stop by itself. Don't know what else to do. Can I get help please? I used to use Immunet on a Windows Server 2008 R2 VPS and it would perfectly, when I changed provider and got a Windows Server 2012 VPS, I haven't been able to get Immunet running. Specs: OS: Windows Server 2012 x64 Immunet version: 6.0.8 (installed the one from the official site) 2GB RAM, dual core 2.0ghz CPU. I have an apache server running on port 80, MySQL server running on port 3306 and other video game servers running from ports 27000 to 30000 and 7777. I'm not running any other type of AV or firewall, only firewall is the windows firewall. Thanks.
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