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    Domain/Standard profile firewall question

    Hi,

    I've just been checking through the security on our network and internally the client machine firewalls are turned off via a GPO. This is how it was setup when the city approved contractor installed the system years ago but just seems a bit wierd to me.

    Now, having had a look there are two different profiles available. "Standard Profile" and "Domain Profile" and I was just wondering if anyone knew what the difference was?

    Cheers

    Rich

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