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Hey kingofflight you have to make sure that both of your firewalls are turned off.You will need to disable this on both computers so that you can connect.


Go to control panel.


Look for "windows firewall".


Open it and disable it.

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I've had cases of even vanilla minecraft servers on LAN taking up to 20 minutes to show up on the network listing regardless of security software settings. You may be better off getting the local IP of the computer hosting the server and adding it as if it was a normal server. (Most local IPs begin with 192.168 or 10.100 numbers)

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