I am configuring our GPO for Windows Firewall for our Windows 7 machines.
I am using Windows Firewall with Advanced Security for most of the configuration. I have one application that requires some settings I do not see with the Advanced Security option. they are available under Administrative Templates-Network-Network Connections-Windows
Is there any issue using both the Windows Firewall with Advance Security and the firewall configurations under Adminstrative templates?
For example I need to set "Allow Inbound File and Printer exceptions" to Enabled and add three different IP addresses in the properties. I do not see a way to do this with the Firewall with Advanced Security.
Is this possible within Firewall with Advance Security?
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