What package rules do I need to set up in Kaspersky's Firewall to unblock Docker's “Shared Drive” feature?

Kaspersky’s Firewall blocks Docker’s Shared Drive feature. One possible solution to unblock the feature is to set the vEthernet (DockerNAT) network to private.

Is it possible to add a package rule to Kaspersky’s firewall to unblock the feature? And in this case: How do I do that?

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    Answer

    Yes, that is possible!

    Solution

    The Rule

    Just add a new package rule with the following configuration:
    Package Rule

    The Position

    And sort it into your existing rule list at the following point:
    Package Rules

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