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Windows 2008 R2 Firewall network interface selection

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Is there a way to turn the Windows 2008 R2 firewall only in one network interface? Thank you.
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by:bbao
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yes. you can do it. the option is under the profile's advanced properties, simply uncheck the interfaces to be unprotected.
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here is where to find the option: Control Panel > Windows Firewall > Advanced Settings > Windows Firewall with Advanced Security > Windows Firewall Properties > Domain / Private / Public Profile > Customize.

here are some screenshots for your reference:
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by:Peter Hutchison
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As Bing says you can apply the firewall to different 'profiles' e.g. Domain, Work, Public, Private networks in the Advanced properties.
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