Windows networked computers cannot access Confluence.

I have installed Confluence on a Windows XP, 32-bit computer. This computer can access the wiki at http://localhost:8090 or at http://192.168.1.7:8090. However, computers in the same workgroup/network cannot access the site. I have turned off my Windows and McAfee firewalls. I have a Verizon wireless router. I tried port forwarding, but that hasn't worked. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I hope to purchase Confluence if I can remedy this situtation.

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It ended up being an issue with McAfee. Even though I had uninstalled it, not everything was removed. So I used the McAfee Consumer Product Removal tool and then everyone could connect.

[Robbie Lee]

I'd suggest checking if the other computers can reach your Confluence host at the first place. Try using ping or telnet to the IP address from the other machines to verify.

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