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C:\Windows>netsh wfp show boottimepolicy ? Usage: show boottimepolicy [ [ file = ] | - ] Parameters: Tag Value file - Output file name. The default is 'btpol.xml'. If this parameter is set to the dash character, 'file = -', the output is written only to the console. Remarks: Displays the boot-time policy and filters.

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netsh wfp show boottimepolicy - Windows Seven - command Displays the boot-time policy and filters. / Windows Seven
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