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C:\Windows>netsh advfirewall mainmode delete rule ? Usage: delete rule name=|all [profile=any|current|public|private|domain[,...]] [type=dynamic|static (default=static)] Remarks: - Deletes an existing main mode setting that matches the name specified. Optionally, profile can be specified. Command fails if setting with the specified name does not exist. - If name=all is specified all rules are deleted from the specified type and profile. If profile is not specified, the delete applies to all profiles. Examples: Delete a main mode rule with name test: Netsh advfirewall mainmode delete rule name="test"

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