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C:\Windows>netsh ipsec static set defaultrule ? Usage: defaultrule [ policy = ] [ [ qmpfs = ] (yes | no) ] [ [ activate = ] (yes | no) ] [ [ qmsecmethods = ] (neg#1 neg#2 ... neg#n) ] [ [ kerberos = ] (yes | no) ] [ [ psk = ] ] [ [ rootca = ] " certmap:(yes | no) excludecaname:(yes | no)" ] Modifies the default response rule of the specified policy. This rule will be ignored on Windows Vista and later versions of Windows Parameters: Tag Value policy -Name of the policy for which the default response rule is to be modified . qmpfs -Option to set quick mode perfect forward secrecy . activate -Activates the rule in the policy if 'yes' is specified . qmsecmethods -IPsec offer in one of the following formats: ESP[ConfAlg,AuthAlg]:k/ s AH[HashAlg]:k/ s AH[HashAlg]+ESP[ConfAlg,AuthAlg]:k/ s where ConfAlg can be DES, or 3DES or None . where AuthAlg can be MD5, or SHA1 or None . where HashAlg is MD5 or SHA1 . where k is lifetime in kilobytes . where s is lifetime in seconds . kerberos -Provides Kerberos authentication if 'yes' is specified . psk -Provides authentication using a specified preshared key . rootca -Provides authentication using a specified root certificate, attempts to map the cert if certmap:Yes is specified, excludes the CA name if excludecaname:Yes is specified . Remarks: 1. Certificate, mapping, and CA name settings are all to be within quotes; embedded quotes are to be replaced with \' . 2. Certificate mapping is valid only for domain members . 3. Multiple certificates can be provided by using the rootca parameter multiple times . 4. The preference of each authentication method is determined by its order in the command . 5. If no auth methods are stated, dynamic defaults are used . 6. The use of DES and MD5 is not recommended. These cryptographic algorithms are provided for backward compatibility only . Examples: set defaultrule Policy1 activate= y qmsec="AH[MD5]+ESP[3DES,MD5]:100000k/2000s"

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