JohnOne

Apps allowed by default in windows 10 firewall

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Cannot find anything about what these are among others.

AIUoyn Router
App Connector
Cast to device functionality

Any ideas besides speculation?

 

EDIT: brand new fresh installation.

 

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No clue on the Router one

I have yet to hear any more about App Connector, beyond a vague response of: an "API Apps" that can connect to a wide array of data services applications and perform several Actions on behalf of the authenticated user."

Cast to Device was called Play To in Windows 8.1. It was billed as a ChromeCast killer, but never really took off to my knowledge. I think it works with a small subset of HDTVs.

 

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You must mean AllJoyn, as in the AllJoyn Router Service (off by default if anyone is wondering). Plenty of results on Google.

https://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/win10/AllJoyn.htm

What is AllJoyn?

Driven by the AllSeen Alliance, AllJoyn is an open-source, proximity-based connectivity and services framework. Specifically designed for the Internet of Things (IoT), it enables interoperability such that various devices can discover, connect, and communicate with each other directly, without the need for an intermediary server.

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I just grabbed the default Firewall settings, via the export option, on both the inbound and outbound rules, from a fresh Windows 10 install, after it was completely updated through 8/18/2015.

Both lists are attached. I didn't see some of the ones that you listed, JohnOne. Maybe this will assist in diagnostics? ^.^
 

inbound.txt

outbound.txt

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