Lab 5.4 Creating Windows Firewall Rules

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Thaddeus Reese NT1230 Ms. Geter April 11, 2016 Lab 5.4 Creating Windows Firewall Rules 12. Why are there two separate rules for the World Wide Web Services? One is a public group and the other is a private domain group. 13. How do the properties of the two rules differ? One profile is indicated as Public and the other profile indicates Domain and Private 14. How would the opening of the port you performed in Exercise 5.3 affect the World Wide Web Services (HTTP traffic-in) rules you just examined? It would not be affected because these ports listen on port 80 not 4444
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Unformatted text preview: 15. What happens to the list of rules? It removed all the Public Profiles and listed all the Private Profiles. 16. How would the rule creation procedure you just performed differ if you wanted to restrict client access to the intranet Web site to computers on the local network only? Just leave off the port 4444 17. What are the results, and why are they different from the results you experienced with the program exception? I was unable to access both web sites....
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