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Note: I haven't used Windows 10, therefore I'm not sure if any changes have been made between Windows 8 and Windows 10. If your firewall is blocking outbound connections, then the first thing you need to do is see everything that it's blocking.
Those four ports are part of the 'Network Discovery' rules, which if you have sharing off, the network is treated as a public network and they will be blocked by the firewall rules.The steps for configuring the firewall above are meant for a corporate firewall positioned between WSUS and the Internet.Because WSUS initiates all its network traffic, there is no need to configure Windows Firewall on the WSUS server.If you have your computer so locked down, that it is basically a doorstop. A good Gateway for your network is sufficient to protect the LAN. I was simply asking for a way to monitor this service and unplug holes where necessary. I was simply asking for a way to monitor this service and unplug holes where necessary.It is the user's poor habits that gets them into trouble and causes an infected machine. Thanks arc1020, I'll play around now that I can monitor, hard to find my way around outside of a *NIX server. Thanks arc1020, I'll play around now that I can monitor, hard to find my way around outside of a *NIX server.With Windows Firewall, you won't get any notifications of blocked outbound connections, so you will need to set up logging.I don't think Microsoft particularly like people blocking outbound connections due to the problems it causes, so setting up logging isn't user friendly and has to be done through Group Policy and Event Viewer.OK, maybe I am missing something.....why if I stop Windows firewall, does it stop Spartan/Edge from being started!? If Spartan is running and then I stop Windows firewall, Spartan continues to function - until I close it and then try to...Hi there Not sure but the wretched built in firewall on W10 seems to stop my Linux server accessing Windows shares even when the firewall is turned OFF.It is the user's poor habits that gets them into trouble and causes an infected machine.Gateway - Arris NVG589; Switch - Netgear GS105 5-Port Switch; Access Points - Engenius EAP1750H (POE); Printer - Brother HL-2280DW; Network UPS - APC BN1250G, Output Capacity: 1250VA / 74; NVIDIA Shield TV for Media viewing on tv; Silicon Dust HD Home Run Connect for OTA.