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xp's security centre alert settings by policy

Posted on 2010-09-15
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via group policy i have disabled the windows firewall as we have a third party software firewall running on our clients.
is there a way (preferably by group policy) to change the alert settings so users dont get the popup balloon informing them that their firewall is disabled. like when in security centre you select "change the way security center alerts me" and then un-check "firewall"
any help is appreciated
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Computer configuration -> administrative templates -> windows components -> security center -> turn on security center

change to disabled
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Perfect!
Thankyou
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