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CHapTER 26 Configuring Windows Firewall and IPsec
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In enterprise environments, the primary method for managing Windows Firewall on remote computers (both clients and servers) is to use Group Policy . To manage Windows Firewall on a collection of computers on your network using Group Policy, do the following:
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Create a new GPO and link the GPO to the organizational unit (OU) where the computer accounts for these computers reside . Open the GPO using the Group Policy Management Editor from the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) and navigate to the following location: Computer Configuration\Policies\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Windows Firewall With Advanced Security\
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Select the policy node under this location, which should look like this: Windows Firewall with Advanced Security - LDAP://CN={GUID},CN=POLICIES,CN= SYSTEM,DC=domain_name,DC=COM Here GUID is the globally unique identifier for the Group Policy Container (GPC) associated with the GPO you have opened .
Once you have selected this node, you can configure Group Policy settings for Windows Firewall using the same graphical user interface for the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security snap-in described previously (see Figure 26-9) .
Managing Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
CHapTER 26
FIgURE 26-9 Using Group Policy to configure Windows Firewall with Advanced Security on targeted
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CONSIDERaTIONS WHEN MaNaGING WINDOWS FIREWaLL USING GROUp pOLICY
The following considerations should be kept in mind when managing Windows Firewall using Group Policy:
The state of each firewall profile in the firewall policy of a GPO is initially Not Configured . This means that firewall policy applied to computers targeted by the GPO will have no effect . For example, if the domain profile of Windows Firewall on a targeted computer is enabled, it will remain enabled after Group Policy processing has occurred . Similarly, if the domain profile of Windows Firewall on a targeted computer is disabled, it will remain disabled after Group Policy processing has taken place on the computer . So if a local administrator on the targeted computer turns off Windows Firewall on his computer, it will remain turned off even after Group Policy processing has taken place on the computer . Therefore, if you want to ensure that the firewall policy in the GPO applies to targeted computers, you must enable the firewall profiles in the policy . To do this, right-click the following policy node in the GPO: Windows Firewall with Advanced Security - LDAP://CN={GUID},CN=POLICIES,CN= SYSTEM,DC=domain_name,DC=COM
CHapTER 26 Configuring Windows Firewall and IPsec
Select Properties from the context menu, and on each profile tab (Domain Profile, Private Profile, and Public Profile), change the Firewall State policy setting from Not Configured to On (Recommended) .
The default inbound and outbound rules for each firewall profile in the firewall policy of a GPO are also initially Not Configured . Therefore, if you want to ensure that firewall rules are processed as expected when the GPO is processed by targeted computers, you should configure the desired default inbound and outbound rules in the policy . To do this, right-click on the policy node described above and select Properties from the context menu . Then on each profile tab (Domain Profile, Private Profile, and Public Profile), change the Inbound Connections and Outbound Connections policy settings to the values you want to use, which are typically the following .
Note that if multiple GPOs for firewall policy target the same computer and each GPO has different default rules configured, the default rules for the GPO that has the highest precedence apply . Note also that if you set outbound connections to Block and then deploy the firewall policy by using a GPO, computers that receive it will not receive subsequent Group Policy updates unless you first create and deploy an outbound rule that enables Group Policy to work . Predefined rules for Core Networking include outbound rules that enable Group Policy to work . Ensure that these outbound rules are active, and thoroughly test firewall profiles before deploying the policy
By default, rule merging is enabled between local firewall policy on Windows 7 computers and firewall policy specified in GPOs that target those computers . This means that local administrators can create their own firewall and connection security rules on their computers, and these rules will be merged with the rules obtained through Group Policy targeting the computers . Rule merging can be enabled or disabled on a
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