N/APosted on - 06/23/2016
I want to disable the firewall on my Server Network. Also, prevent the users from changing the firewall settings. I particularly want it to be done with Group Policy object. Hence, I want to disable Windows firewall GPO
How To Disable Windows Firewall GPO In Windows Server 2008?
To disable the firewall on your Windows Server, you can obviously do it by using the Group Policy Object Editor
Step 1: Open Group Policy Object Editor from Run Command by typing gpedit.msc in the Run command.
Step 2: Open the following path Computer Config–>Administrative Templates–>Network–>Network connections–>Windows Firewall–>Domain Profile
Step 3: Disable the option called Windows Firewall: Protect all Network connections.
Step 4: In all the client machines open command prompt by “cmd” on the Run command
Step 5: Type the command “GPUPDATE /FORCE”
Step 6: After the new policy is acquired in the client computer, Restart the computer.