I hope serverfault is the right place for this question. If it's not, please let me know where the right place is!
Anyway, I have a WDS server which I am using to push Windows 10 images. However, it's not a vanilla Windows 10 image, it's a DoD image with a lot of security already baked in. My problem is, the local security policy has the firewall set to block incoming traffic, so even though I can deploy the image, most of the task sequence fails. Now, in my mind, I have two options: modify the image, change the firewall setting, capture the image, push that image out instead, then re-enable the firewall once it joins the domain and gets a reasonable firewall policy. The problem with this is that IF I get a "new" image from this DoD source, I will need to repeat this process. If I somehow modify the firewall during MDT deployment, I will not have to permanently change the image. This seems like the better option, if I could figure out how to do it. From what I've read, modifying the Local Security Policy from the command line is no simple feat. I'd like to do this "the right way" so it doesn't bite me later. What's the "correct" way to do this?
Thanks so much!