Windows Firewall Administration


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Guest

Hello,

I'm interested in disabling the Windows Firewall on my domain's LAN but have
it fully active on all other connections (specially dialup connections) using
GPO or INF. I prefer GPO. I tried setting up port exceptions in the GPO in
the following manner:

*:TCP:localsubnet:enabled:ALL TCP
*:UDP:localsubnet:enabled:ALL UDP

However, I don't think * is valid for ports. Anyone have any ideas how to
accomplish this?
 
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Guest

MagicBlueSmoke said:
Hello,

I'm interested in disabling the Windows Firewall on my domain's LAN but have
it fully active on all other connections (specially dialup connections) using
GPO or INF. I prefer GPO. I tried setting up port exceptions in the GPO in
the following manner:

*:TCP:localsubnet:enabled:ALL TCP
*:UDP:localsubnet:enabled:ALL UDP

However, I don't think * is valid for ports. Anyone have any ideas how to
accomplish this?
 

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