Windows Firewall Guides:

Use 40 or 56-bit Encryption File Sharing Connections

Learn how to use 40 or 56-bit file sharing connections in Windows 7.

Use 128-bit Encryption File Sharing Connections

Learn how to use 128-bit encryption file sharing connections in Windows 7.

Disable Password Protected Sharing

Learn how to disable Password Protected Sharing in Windows 7.

Enable Password Protected Sharing

Learn how to enable Password Protected Sharing in Windows 7.

Enable Public Folder Sharing

Learn how to enable Public Folder Sharing in Windows 7.

Disable Public Folder Sharing

Learn how to disable Public Folder Sharing in Windows 7.

Disable File and Printer Sharing

Learn how to disable File and Printer Sharing in Windows 7.

Enable File and Printer Sharing

Learn how to enable File and Printer Sharing in Windows 7.

How to Manage the Windows 7 Firewall

Learn what a firewall is, why you need a firewall, how to allow or deny programs or features through the Windows 7 firewall, and how to open or close ports.

Restore the Windows 7 Firewall Default Settings

Learn how to restore the default settings in the Windows 7 firewall.

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