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Use Group Policy to manage Windows Firewall

If your company uses Group Policy, you should use the Windows Firewall Group Policy settings to manage and configure Windows Firewall. This will ensure more consistency among your Windows Firewall configurations. Also that will allow administrators to secure Windows Firewall so that users who are logged on locally cannot modify Windows Firewall settings.

For more information, see Administering Windows Firewall with Group Policy on the Microsoft Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=43157).

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