Add subnets to firewall settings in Group Policy

Posted on 2006-04-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
i have added many many subnets to the "standard" firewall settings for XP within Group Policy.

For example i have added the following in the "Allow Remote Administration" option:,,

i would like to allow all subnets that begin with 192.168 rather than enter them all.

i can't find how i am supposed to write this in the instructions gven for this setting.

please can someone advise.
Question by:naifyboy123
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    Hi, will cover all 24 bit subnets within


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    thank you
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    by:Chris Dent

    Pleasure :)


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