RE: Firewall Client

Here's how to hide the icon - any other keyword values in there to disable it? 
You could also disable via a Group Policy, but that may not suit your needs.

From 
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Automating_the_Configuration_of_the_Firewall_Client_Part_1.html

"The Show Firewall Client icon on taskbar checkbox determines whether or not 
the Firewall Client icon will appear in the system tray. If you don’t want the 
icon to appear in the tray, you can right click the icon and select the Hide 
When Connected command. If you want to hide the icon via a Registry entry you 
can go to:

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Firewall Client

Double click on the HideIcon value in the right pane and change the value to 0. 
If you need to disable the icon on a large number of machines, you can use 
Windows 2000 Group Policy and script the running of a .reg file that will 
disable the tray icon automatically."

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris H [mailto:ntpro@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2002 2:43 PM
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] Firewall Client


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Does anyone know how to enable/disable the firewall client via a registry
entry. I have found proxy settings on/off for IE but I cannot find
enable/disable firewall client.

Thanks!

Chris


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