Group Policy - deny port 9000  with exception of some IP on network

Posted on 2012-08-17
Last Modified: 2012-08-23
Hi experts,

I need help with group policy.

I want to deny port 9000 to all but with exception for few machine’s IP address to access it.

Running Windows Server 2008.

Please could you let me know the easiest way to perform this task.

Thank you
Question by:Vijaytyagi
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    Accepted Solution

    You do a custom rule and you can pick a port, followed by a source / destination IP.

    You'll find the GPO location in "Policies\computer\windows settings\security settings\windows firewall and advanced secruity\" choose inbound rules and then create a custom rule.

    But also have a look at following link:

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    Thank you very much for your help and I am sorry for late reply.Its worked!

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