Windows internet connection sharing service problem

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I am computer engineer in India. I have an problem that in my windows XP the service named windows ICS {Internet connection sharing} stops after some time if i manually start the same service it gives a message that it could be started on local computer.
 
I am facing lots of problem because of this problem i have to reinstalled the windows several times because when this service stops running my computer got disconnected from the network. please provide the solution for this problem.
 
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Windows internet connection sharing service problem

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Try to disable your ICF or Internet Connection Firewall, once it is enabled your Internet sharing network is prohibited. You can disable your Internet Connect Firewall by going to “Control Panel” then select “Network Connections” menu. All the directories of network connections will display on your screen.
 
Look through the directories of accessible network connections, then press down your default Internet Connection, on the menu select “Properties” After that a window will automatically open.
 
Select the “Advanced” icon once you are in the “Properties” then look for the box with "Protect my computer and network by limiting or preventing access to this computer from the Internet." Once you found it unmarked it to disable the Internet Connection Firewall.
Answered By 0 points N/A #115855

Windows internet connection sharing service problem

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Please try to disable the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF), as if it is working the Internet sharing network is blocked. Go to Control Panel > Network Connections and then the default Internet Connection. After that select Properties > Advanced > Protect my computer and network by limiting or preventing access to this computer from the Internet. Just uncheck this box and your ICF will be disabled.

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