Thanks Jimmy for your quick reply.
Now in Windows Vista Windows Firewall is UI is used for these settings. So
can I safely assume that the follwoing registry keys:
System\CurrentControlSet\Services\<adapter name>\ Parameters\Tcpip\
\CurrentControlSet\Services\<adapter name>\ Parameters\Tcpip\UdpAllowedPorts
are not used in Vista or these keys still hold some meaning?
Is Vista Firewall settings saved at following localtion or at some other
So If I just want to know what are all the allowed TCP/IP ports I need to go
through all the rules and then find out which ports are allowed.
"Jimmy Brush" <JimmyBrush@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Windows Firewall is the UI used to change filtering settings.
> This is necessary because the Windows Firewall supports different "modes"
> that a logical "network" can be set to, such as private, public, and
> domain that all have different rules... so the rules are no longer
> attached to a network interface but a mode.
> - Click Start -> Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> Administrative
> - Double-click Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
> - JB
> Windows Vista Support Faq