Windows firewall, force domain profile

In this tutorial, I will explain how to change the network profile of the firewall on Windows.

It happens that after a restart, the profile of the firewall goes private, we will see how to change it back to the domain profile.

The connection profile on a network adapter is especially useful when different firewall rules are applied.

Force the profile in PowerShell

1. Open a PowerShell window as administrator.

2. Enter the Get-NetConnectionProfile command in order to retrieve the name of the connection.

Get-NetConnectionProfile

Remember the name of the connection

Get-NetConnectionProfile

3. Force Login Domain Profile Using Cmdlet Set-NetConnectionProfile.

Set-NetConnectionProfile -Name "Connction-Name" -NetworkCategory DomainAuthenticated

In our example :

Set-NetConnectionProfile -Name "Livebox-EA42_5GHz" -NetworkCategory DomainAuthenticated

The other options available for the parameter -NetworkCategory :

– Private
– Public

Force profile in registry

It is also to force the profile of a connection going through the registry.

1. Open the registry editor by launching regedit.

2. Go to the next location : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\Profiles

3. Find the network profile you want to modify.

4. Change the DWORD Category value according to the desired profile.

Profil réseauValeur
Public0
Privé1
Domaine2

The Domain network profile is available only for computers that are a member of an Active Directory domain.

You now know how to change the network profile of a connection.



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