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The Firewall protects the endpoint from inbound and outbound unauthorized connection attempts.

The Firewall's functionality relies on network profiles. The profiles are based on trust levels, which have to be defined for each network.

The Firewall detects each new connection, compares the adapter information for that connection with the information from the existing profiles and applies the correct profile. For detailed information on how the profiles are applied, refer to Network settings.


While you can run multiple firewalls at once, it is recommended that you only keep one firewall active at a time. Having more than one firewall on your machine can cause conflicts and problems like prioritization and order of processing, leaving your machine vulnerable.

Firewall settings are organized into the following sections:


This module is available for Windows for workstations.


Availability and functioning of this feature may differ depending on the license included in your current plan.