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Windows Firewall

SMBv1 Enable (Win 8.1 and 10)

Script makes a powershell query to enable SMBv1.

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SMBv1 Disable (Win 8.1 and 10)

Script makes a powershell query to disable SMBv1.

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SMBv1 Status (Win 8.1 and 10)

Script makes a powershell query to get SMBv1 status. Writes result to procedure log. Can report using $smbv1$

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Disable Windows Firewall

Disables Windows firewall using netsh command. Works on most windows operating systems. Currently unsupported are: Windows 98 and older, Windows 2000/NT/ME.

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Enable Windows Firewall

Enables windows firewall using netsh command. Works on most windows operating systems. Currently unsupported are: Windows 98 and older, Windows 2000/NT/ME.

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Check Windows Firewall Status

Checks Firewall status by running the following command “netsh firewall show state” writes results to txt file which is then wrote to script log and deleted if successful. Able to report by filtering Agent Procedure logs for $Firewall$=All entries regarding Windows Firewall, $Audit$=All entries regarding all audit scripts.

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MS Firewall Status Audit

Script runs “netsh firewall show opmode” command then determines if Windows Firewall is enabled or disabled and writes info into Agent Procedure log. Able to report by filtering Agent Procedure log for $Firewall$-All firewall entries, $FirewallON$-All entries with firewall enabled, $FirewallOFF$-All entries with firewall disabled, $Audit$-All entries regarding audit scripts.

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