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Windows Security Configuration

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We need a Powershell script that checks some Windows Firewall rules ports, and put the result of this in a txt file.

These are the rules, and a short description:

01. Kerberos (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for Kerberos. (TCP)

02. Kerberos (UDP-In) = Inbound rule for Kerberos. (UDP)

03. Active Directory Domain Controller - W32Time (NTP-UDP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow NTP traffic for the Windows Time service. (UDP 123)

04. Active Directory Domain Controller (RPC-EPMAP) = Inbound rule for the RPCSS service to allow RPC/TCP traffic to the Active Directory Domain Controller service.

05. NetBIOS name service (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for NetBIOS name service. (TCP)

06. NetBIOS name service (UDP-In) = Inbound rule for NetBIOS name service. (UDP)

07. Active Directory Domain Controller - NetBIOS datagram service (UDP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow NetBIOS datagram service. (UDP 138)

08. NetBios session service = Inbound rule to the NetBios session service. (TCP 139)

09. Active Directory Domain Controller - LDAP (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow remote LDAP traffic. (TCP 389)

10. Active Directory Domain Controller - LDAP (UDP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow remote LDAP traffic. (UDP 389)

11. Active Directory Domain Controller - SAM/LSA (NP-TCP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to be remotely managed over Named Pipes. (TCP 445)

12. Kerberos Password Change (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for Kerberos Password Change. (TCP)

13. Kerberos Password Change (UDP-In) = Inbound rule for Kerberos Password Change. (UDP)

14. Active Directory Domain Controller - Secure LDAP (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow remote Secure LDAP traffic. (TCP 636)

15. Active Directory Domain Controller - LDAP for Global Catalog (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow remote Global Catalog traffic. (TCP 3268)

16. Active Directory Domain Controller - Secure LDAP for Global Catalog (TCP-In) = Inbound rule for the Active Directory Domain Controller service to allow remote Secure Global Catalog traffic. (TCP 3269)

The objective isn't to change the firewall ports, it's just to check the port for an audit.

The output txt file need to have this configuration (rule_name=port):

kerberos_tcpin=88

kerberos_tcpout=88

Thanks.

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