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Windows 7 Firewall Basics

The Windows 7 firewall controls traffic that your computer exchanges with the network or Internet and it uses rules to control this behaviour.  A single firewall rule allows you to control how a specific type of network traffic behaves.

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Configuring WFAS Rules

The best to way to understand WFAS (Windows Firewall with Advanced Security) is by setting up a test rule as we are going to see in this article. We will configure a firewall rule that accepts only authenticated RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) connections from hosts on a specific or same subnet:

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Creating Firewall Rules using WFAS

Windows Firewall and WFAS work together on Windows 7 computers.  WFAS allows you to configure inbound and outbound firewall rules based on ports, programs, and services. In addition, it allows you to set a rule scope and authentication. In this article we will see the main configuration elements you need to know when creating firewall rules using the WFAS.

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