Windows 7 Thread, Windows Firewall GPO in Technical; I am in the process of re-creating all our GPOs, so we have a clean start when we do our ...
7th May 2013, 01:14 PM #1
Windows Firewall GPO
I am in the process of re-creating all our GPOs, so we have a clean start when we do our Windows 7 migration in summer - the existing structure is a mess of blocked inheritance and duplication.
As Windows 7/Server 2008+ have introduced new features, I am wondering about whether I need to specify things in both the old and new places.
An example is the Windows Firewall settings. There are the new settings under Computer -> Policies -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, and there are the old settings under Computer -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> Network Connection -> Windows Firewall.
I've defined everything in the new way, do I still need to define things in the old way too?
7th May 2013, 09:29 PM #2
I could be wrong, but no unless u will be using xp and older clients.
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