[unisog] Software Firewalls for Windows?

Dennis Distler ddistle1 at jccc.edu
Thu Feb 2 18:01:18 GMT 2006


I at a previous employeer I did a deployment of Cisco Security Agent on
3000 workstations. It is a very good product, however it is not an easy
out of the box solution. If you want some more info email me offline.


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Subject: [unisog] Software Firewalls for Windows?


A sys admin on campus asked for a recommendation for a good software
firewall for Windows servers.  They are looking for:

- Central Management... (It can be pushed by policy)
- GUI (Preferable although not required)
- Application as well as Network control...
- High reliability...
- Logging capability...
- Realtime monitoring

Has anyone bought and widely deployed software firewalls for Windows
servers?  Have any recommendations to share?


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