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Apr
22
comment IPv6 and Windows Group Policy-based Firewall
Windows 7 Pro and Windows Server 2008 R2. That said, I ended up taking Freenet6 off the Windows box and now use a Ubuntu box just to run the ipv6 firewall/router. I would have liked to set the windows firewall through group policy, but not worth trying to duplicate most of what MS already has just more locked down (too bad there's not a "import local computer rules" option).
Apr
17
comment IPv6 and Windows Group Policy-based Firewall
Nope - this is a clean install, very new domain and I'm the initial administrator. The Domain profile for many services is open to Any under Remote IP, whereas Public and Private say Local Subnet. My best guess is that Microsoft assumes companys run their own firewall, which 99%+ do, particularly for IPv4, but with an IPv6 tunnel suddenly all machines are directly accessible.
Apr
16
asked IPv6 and Windows Group Policy-based Firewall