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How can I export my current W2K3 server firewall settings?
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Toni Uranjek earned 500 total points
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Export to what? To export to text file you can use:
netsh firewall show config
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that's what i needed.  very good, thanks.
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although that reports the firwall config, it doesn't report all settings within the firewall.  it's not reporting any of the GPO firewall settings.
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by:Toni Uranjek
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GPO settings can be exported with "gpresult /v".
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so was i correct to say that the netsh only reports on local firewall setting and NOT setting coming from a GPO?
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netsh firewall show config displays the detailed local configuration information.
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yeah, i see that now.  no mention of firewall setting that come from a GPO.  also, gpresults /v only list the applied policies, not the actual settings.  it's ok, i will get the info i need manually.
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by:Toni Uranjek
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Shouldn't you be able to see GPO settings in Settings tab of GPO in Group Policy Managment Console?
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by:mchristo63
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yes, i get that info.  i was merly trying to find a way to export this feature automatically
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Another tought: gpresult can be used with /z super verbose switch which should display details of settings.
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