Can i exclude my Local Corparate IP Address range from the Windows Firewall OUTBOUND rule?

Mujahith Muzamil 26 Reputation points
2022-09-06T03:32:36.067+00:00

Hi,

My scenario is as follows,

  1. I work from home and connected to my Public Profile Wifi/LAN
  2. Also, I use my corporate VPN Client to connect to my Corporate Network, the a Adapter has identified as "Public:.

What I need is

  1. Block the SMB 445 OUTBOUND port to internet (Eg: Block 443 port for "portquiz.net")
  2. Exclude my Corporate Network IP Addresses or Local Subnets from the above Outbound Firewall rule.

Finally I SHOULD NOT able to access Internet SMB shares and i SHOULD able to reach my corporate network SMB shares.

Is there any way of archiving the above Goal through the windows firewall Outbound Rule?

Thanks,
Mujahith

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  1. Karlie Weng 13,796 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2022-09-15T08:46:44.77+00:00

    Hello @Mujahith Muzamil

    Have you tried add Corporate Network IP Addresses to remote ip address under scope tab?
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    Best regards
    Karlie

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