Turn on your Windows Firewall

Step 1. Open your Control Panel, you may type ”control” at start menu:
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2. Click the “System and Security” first and then click“Windows Firewall” to reach the Firewall window.
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3. Turn on the Windows Firewall by following ticks and click “OK” to save settings.
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Set the Rules for Port
4. Click the “Advanced Settings” to set the Inbound Rules.
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5. Click the “Inbound Rules” and then click the “New Rule” at the right side.
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6. Click the “Port” to set the rules of “TCP 445”.
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7. Choose the “TCP” and set the Specific local ports as: “445”.
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8. Choose “Block the connection” at below.
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9. Make sure all these three items has been applied, and click next: 
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10. Type “445 tcp” at Name, and click “Finish” to complete the setting.
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11. When your screen showed as below, then “445tcp” rule has been added successfully.
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12. Keep setting the rules of 445 udp ”.
Same operations on adding new rules:
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13. Then click UDP and set the Specific local ports as: 445”.
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14. Choose Block the connection as below.
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15. Make sure all these three items has been applied, and click next: 
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16. Type 445 udp at Name, and click Finish to complete the setting.
17. The finish window:
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