Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition

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  1. dsmythe

    dsmythe Registered Member

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    Anyone know of any frewall software for it? (aside from built-in options) I need filtering for multipule IP's on a single adapter and hardware is not an option.

    TIA!
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    For a free option Ghostwall would most likely work, its a basic firewall similar to the inbuilt one but more configurable.

    Outpost would also probably work well if you don't mind paying for it.
     
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    Sounds good... Would you happen know where/if I can confirm this? I have no problem paying for a license of the software as long as it works correctly on the OS.

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    I saw that too.. just wanted to make sure I was reading it the same way so I emailed the company for clairificatoin.

    thanks!
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    I got a reply from outpost support.. They say it is supported buy they do not reccomend that it be installed on a server. I asked for an explnation.
     
  7. farmerlee

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    I have used outpost on windows 2003 32bit with no problems although the computer was only used for my own personal server, not in a business environment or anything like that.
     
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