Yes, you can do what Kyle is saying… than you have a some sort of block most mode with no pop ups if you have set up a password… But still I do not find this handy… unless if you are doing this for your mother, father, other family members who are not so technical…
If you are doing this only for yourself… well I would recommend to leave the pop ups on… (:WIN)
I think this may be what you wan`t to achieve.In Firewall/Advanced/Network Security Policy to BLOCK all applications which do not have a rule in place for them you need to put in an entry for “All Applications”(Give it the pre-defined policy"Blocked Application) and place it at the bottom of the list.
1.Firewall/Advanced/Network Security Policy/Add/Select/File Groups(From the drop down choose All Applications)/ Check the box for “Use a pre-defined policy” and choose "Blocked application"now APPLY all the way out.
You should end up with an entry for “All Applications” situated at the bottom of your rule set.
Like this any application which doesn`t have a rule in place will be silently blocked.
By the way you must also be in “Custom Policy” and it is best to have Firewall/Advanced/Firewall Behaviour Settings/Alert Settings set to at least “High”
yeah, that’s right! that’s how i did it
BUT, you cannot have two rules for “All applications”: one at the top, other at the bottom - if you want to apply “allow rule” before any other application rule, and “block” if no rule fired.