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Is there a file that I can review that shows how the SBS Internet Connection Wizard has setup the firewall?

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I am having some concerns about the port forwarding and would like to see how the system's port forwarding is setup. Is there a simple way to review this?
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Sure, just go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\Networking\ICW and open the latest IcwdetailsXX.htm (where XX is the incremental number assigned each time you run the CEICW -- Configure Email and Internet Connection Wizard).

You could also just rerun the CEICW and see what settings are currently there.  You don't have to complete the wzard and can cancel out at any time.

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