Windows Server® 2012 R2 CTS 2328 Ch.19 Quiz

Inbound—block all. Outbound—permit all
Firewall rules function in two ways: admit all traffic, except that which conforms to the applied rules, and secondly, block all traffic, except that which conforms to the applied rules. How does the Windows Firewall work for inbound traffic and for outbound traffic?
Network intrusion attempts, such as a denial of service attack
What does a firewall protect your company against?
Domain, private, and public
Windows Firewall uses three profiles to represent the type of network to which the server is connected. What are the three profiles?
An internal network that is not accessible by unauthorized users
For the Windows Firewall private profile, what type of network is expected?
The ability to display inbound or outbound rules according to a profile
What does the term “filter” refer to in the Windows Firewall With Advanced Security console?
The firewall does not block client-initiated network traffic by default.
If a user attempts to use an Internet-based e-mail account, how will Windows Firewall respond?
Windows Firewall With Advanced Security snap-in for the Microsoft Management console
What tool offers more flexibility in creating rules compared with the Windows Firewall interface under Control Panel?
rule applies to all programs, to one specific program, or to a specific service
In the Windows Firewall With Advanced Security console, while creating a new rule, the Program page specifies whether the ______.
all its rules, including the preconfigured rules and the ones you have created or modified
By exporting the Windows Firewall policy, you have a file with a .wfw extension that contains _____.
Public, private, and domain
If an administrator wants to enable the “Block all incoming connections, including those in the list of allowed apps” setting, to which of the firewall profiles does it apply?
.wfw
Windows Firewall allows an administrator to import and export firewall rules. What are the rules’ file extension?
80
What is the typical incoming port number for a web server?
ports, protocols, applications, users, and IP address ranges
You can configure the Windows Firewall to allow or block specific _________.
Computer ConfigurationPoliciesWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsWindows Firewall with Advanced Security
What GPO node presents the interface with which to configure Windows Firewall properties?
To permit traffic in and out for legitimate users, and to block the rest
What is the primary objective of a firewall?
Public is for servers accessible to temporary users. Private is for servers on an internal network. Domain is for servers in which users are all authenticated.
In Windows Firewall Customized Settings, there are three profiles (public, private, and domain). What differentiates these profiles from each other?
Allowing an application opens the specified port only while the program is running, and thus is less risky.
When creating a firewall exception, what is the difference between opening a port and allowing an application through?
You can create a new Group Policy Object and you can import settings from a policy file created earlier. Then deploy the GPO to other systems on the network.
Windows Firewall allows you to create inbound, outbound, and connection security rules for individual servers or systems. How can you do this for multiple systems?
Scope
What parameter in the Windows Firewall New Inbound Rule Wizard specifies the IP address range of local and remote systems to which the rule applies?
Protocol and Ports
What parameter in the Windows Firewall New Inbound Rule Wizard specifies the exact type of traffic at the network or transport layer, which the firewall can block or allow?
Action
What parameter in the Windows Firewall New Inbound Rule Wizard specifies what the firewall should do when a packet matches the rule?
Program
What parameter in the Windows Firewall New Inbound Rule Wizard specifies whether the rule applies to all programs, to one specific program, or to a specific service?
Public
Which of the three Windows Firewall profiles is most appropriate for a library kiosk?
Private
Which of the three Windows Firewall profiles is most appropriate for a company file and print server?
Domain
Which of the three Windows Firewall profiles is most appropriate for a company domain controller?
filters
A firewall is essentially a series of _____ that examine the contents of packets and the traffic patterns to and from the network to determine which packets they should allow to pass through.
port numbers
Which of the following is the filter criterion most commonly used in firewall rules?
IPsec
Connection security rules require that network traffic allowed through the firewall use which of the following security mechanisms?
Allow an application through the firewall in all three profiles.
Which of the following actions can you not perform from the Windows Firewall control panel?
Network and Sharing Cente
Which of the following tools cannot enable and disable the Network Discovery firewall rules?
Importing firewall rules saved from another computer overwrites all of the rules on the target system. ,
Applying firewall rules with Group Policy combines the newly deployed rules with the ones already there.
Which of the following statements about Windows Firewall are true? (Choose all that apply.)
Domain, Private, and Public
Windows Firewall uses three profiles to represent the type of network to which the server is connected. What are the three profiles?
Firewall by default will not block client-initiated network traffic.
When a user attempts to visit an Internet-based e-mail account, what is the response of the Windows Firewall?
rule applies to all programs, to one specific program, or to a specific service
In the Windows Firewall With Advanced Security console, while creating a new rule, the Program page specifies whether the ______.
all its rules, including the preconfigured rules and the ones you have created or modified
By exporting the Windows Firewall policy, you have a file with a .wfw extension that contains _____.
__1__ Log on to a server running Windows Server 2012, using an account with domain administrator privileges.
__2__ In the Server Manager console, select Windows Firewall With Advanced Security from the Tools menu. The Windows Firewall with Advanced Security console appears.
__3__ From the Action menu, select Import Policy. A message box appears warning that importing a policy file will overwrite all existing firewall rules. Click Yes.
__4__ Locate and select the policy file you want to import and click Open.
__5__ A message box appears, stating that the policy was successfully imported.
Order the steps to import Windows Firewall rules.
__1__ Log on to a server running Windows Server 2012, using an account with domain administrator privileges.
__2__ In the Server Manager console, open the Control Panel and click System and Security > Windows Firewall. The Windows Firewall window appears.
__3__ Click Allow an app or feature through Windows Firewall. The Allowed Apps dialog box appears.
__4__ Scroll down in the Allowed apps and features list and select the check box for the application you want to allow through the firewall.
__5__ Click OK to close the Allowed Apps dialog box.
Order the steps to allow an application in Windows Firewall.
__1__ Log on to a server running Windows Server 2012, using an account with domain administrator privileges.
__2__ In the Server Manager console, select Windows Firewall With Advanced Security from the Tools menu. The Windows Firewall with Advanced Security console appears.
__3__ Modify the inbound or outbound firewall rules or create new rules as needed.
__4__ In the left pane, select the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security on Local Computer node.
__5__ From the Action menu, select Export Policy. The Save As combo box appears.
__6__ In the File Name text box, type a name for the policy file and click Save.
Order the steps to export Windows Firewall rules.