5. Assuming your router is supported, you can run security checks on it by selecting the Router icon on the lefthand side. At present, only a limited number of models allowing you to test firewalls and connectivity are supported. If your router isn’t included, you can still access its home page from here.
6. If there are problems with your PC, such as Windows updates that have failed to install or malicious attempts to access your network, NetTrooper will maintain a list of these. Click the Alerts icon for notification of potential security issues and a severity rating. When these are dealt with, click Clear All Alerts.
7. If multiple users log on to a PC to connect to a network, you may wish to assign different profiles so that, for example, different users will see different shared folders or printers. Open the NetTrooper Connection Manager and click Profiles, New to launch the Profile Wizard.
8. Enter a name and description for your profile, then assign a group if necessary. Next, decide whether the profile is to be assigned to local network or internet connection, and whether a printer or folder will be shared. When you’ve finished, the profile will be added to your list.