I did RTFM. If an application decides that it doesn't need to pull such a pop-up window, it simply bypasses it or clicks it away for you. And since because of this such popups are useless, any reasonable user has disabled this stupid functionality anyway.
So, why do you expect any popups if, presumably, you have disabled this functionality and/or the applications decide to ignore the popup generator?
Navigation) and click on the help link in the top right of the page.
Like nothing in your head. Even though I'm sure you will continue acting confused, this text is from the manual:
ActiveArmor Firewall Intelligent Application Manager (IAM) Configuration To access the ActiveArmor Firewall IAM Configuration page, from the ForceWare Network Access Manager menu, click Firewall >
Advanced Configuration > Application.
You can use this configuration page to create firewall rules based on the name of an application.
When any application attempts to open a new network connection as a client or as a server, you are prompted to Allow or Deny the application's access to the network interface. When you allow or deny an application through the popup dialog box that appears as your application attempts to access an outside network, an application-based firewall rule is created or modified in the Application Table.
And why exactly should any application attempt to open a new network connection as a client or as a server? Why not simply attempting to open a network connection using the Raw Sockets API? Or its own NDIS driver? What about WinPCap? What about the application remote-controlling another application that you already added to the list?
You're totally ignoring that there's absolutely no way this functionality could be effective. Thus you shouldn't expect it to behave such.
(Beside that: Why do you even care? Disable this functionality and your problem is solved. That's no need to bother getting a furtile and annoying functionality working.)