Configure Mac OSX Firewall for DropCopy

Firewall Instructions for Opening Port 5052 on Tiger (OS X 10.4)
Open System Preferences -> Sharing -> Firewall
Click “New”
Toggle Port Name to “Other”
Enter 5052 in “TCP Port Number(s)” field
Enter 5052 in “UDP Port Number(s)” field
Enter “dropcopy” in “Description” field
Click “OK”

Firewall Instructions for Opening Port 5052 on Leopard (OS X 10.5)
Open System Preferences -> Security -> Firewall
Verify that the firewall is enabled to allow specific services and applications (third choice from the top)
Click on the “+” button
Find DropCopy in the file system browser that appears; click on ‘Add’ to dismiss the file browser window
Confirm that DropCopy is now visible in the Firewall window and that ‘Allow incoming connections’ appears on the same line

Firewall Instructions for Opening Port 5052 on Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6)
Open System Preferences -> Security -> Firewall
Click the ‘lock’ to authenticate and make changes
Click on the ‘Advanced…’ button
Click on the “+” button
Find DropCopy in the file system browser that appears; click on ‘Add’ to dismiss the file browser window
Confirm that DropCopy is now visible in the Firewall window and that ‘Allow incoming connections’ appears on the same line

Also, check out the DropCopy FAQ page as well as the DropCopy Tips page for more helpful solutions!

If you still need more help, head on over to the Support Forum or send us an email and we’ll be happy to help.