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Group Policy Management through Firewall

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I am in the process of turning on windows firewall through group policy.  I have one problem in my testing after turning on the firewall I am now not able to access the group policy management from the mmc on my computer.  I do access it just fine from remote desktop to my server.  does anyone know what inbound rule I must add to allow my PC to manage the group policies?
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snickered earned 2000 total points
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Take a look here:
Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Network/Network Connections/Windows Firewall/Domain Profile

"Windows Firewall: Allow inbound remote administration exception"
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I just figured it out but I will give you the points anyways.  Thanks for the help.
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