Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 server Firewall

On a Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 server
Firewall is enabled

I need to add an IP Address to allow a user RDP access

Can;t seem to find where specifically I do that? ??scope??
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Abhilash PappiyilTechnical Lead - Network SupportCommented:
Hi,

Go through the below steps:-

Open Run and type "WF.msc", which will open the Windows firewall advance security console.

2.     Chose the Inbound Rules, chose New Rules.

3.     Chose Port , next.

4.     Chose TCP and Specific local ports, type 3389 in the textbox,next.

5.     Chose Allow the connection,next.

6.     Check Domain or Private or Public in the checkbox.

7.     Type a name for this policy and finish. Then the rule will appeared  in the list.

8.     Double click the rule, chose the Scope tab.

9.     Chose These IP address in Remote IP address, click add and type the address or subnet in the textbox. Or chose “local subnet” under Predefined set of computers.

Thanks,
Abhi...
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Larry Bristersr. DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Perfect... thanks.
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