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How can I take a Windows 2003 server firewall back to it's default setting.  I want to clear all exceptions and return to it's status as if it was a fresh install.  

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are you using ISA server on 2003?
otherwise open network connections - double click - advanced tab -firewall settings - exceptions tab - here choose which services you want to allow, generally file and printer sharing is allowed if you want to allow remote desktop you can exclude that also. Also exclude your antivirus update
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