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Default Possible to set IT Policy to not prompt user to "Allow Connections", etc?

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I'm trying to deploy RSA secure ID and Bloomberg, however RSA prompts to let the application run as a server and Bloomberg prompts for 3 different firewall related connections.

Is there anyway to use an IT policy to automatically allow these connections? I thought "Allow external connections" would do it, but apparently not.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks
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