Edit Firewall Exception Dialog
Specify what type of traffic do you want your firewall rule to allow or block.
Specify the name of the firewall exception rule that will be visible in the Windows Firewall Configuration Manager. This string is localizable.
Bundle the rule in the specified group. Performing operations at the group level will activate or deactivate all contained application exceptions.
This functionality is available for installers running on Windows Vista SP1 or later.
Specify the process path that should be authorized / registered with Windows Firewall.
During installation, the formatted value specified in this field must expand to a valid file path that exists on disk.
Specify the network protocol for the chosen port.
Specify the port number to authorized / registered with Windows Firewall. Multiple ports must be written comma-separated (e.g. 2050, 2055, 2057) and port ranges must be written hyphenated (e.g. 2050-2057).
During installation, the formatted value specified in this field must expand to a valid port number.
You can condition the configuration of this firewall exception.
Specify what action should be taken when a connection matches your conditions.
Click the Network Scope link button and specify the network scope for which this firewall exception applies.
Click the Network Profile link button and select the network profiles to which the firewall exception will be added to.
All fields are of Formatted Type and can be edited using Smart Edit Control.
When the Windows Firewall service is turned off the installation of the firewall exception rules will be skipped.
- Edit Firewall Exception Scope Dialog
Configure firewall exception network scope.
- Firewall Profile Dialog
Configure the network profiles for which the firewall exception apply.