Windows firewall disabled/ No third-party firewall present
A host-based firewall lets a user define a set of rules that controls incoming and outgoing network traffic across a particular device. This prevents unauthorized access and unrestricted connections to the device. Windows-based computers comes with an in-built firewall. Resolve this misconfiguration to enable Microsoft windows firewall in your windows-based computers.
Follow the below steps to resolve the misconfiguration.
Step 1: Open the Control Panel
Step 2: Click on Windows Firewall/ Windows Defender firewall
Step 3: Turn Windows firewall/ Windows Defender on or off.
Step 4: It is recommended to enable "Turn on Windows firewall/Windows Defender firewall for Domain network, Private network, and Public network.
Does remediation require reboot?
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