1. First thing we will do is Open Advanced Windows Firewall.
2. Choose the type of rule you are going to add. We will use 1 single Port in our case so we will choose Port.
3. Choose a protocol. TCP or UDP
4. Allow incoming connections to your port.
5. Allow connection on all networks.
6. Give your port / new rule a name. Then Finish.
7. Restart the firewall service.
Restart Windows Firewall.
That is all, you have allowed Port 5353 on your Windows Firewall.
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