Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7000] (C) Copyright 2009 Microsoft Corp. C:\Windows>netsh wfp show filters ?
Usage: show filters
[[ file = ]| - ][[ protocol = ]][[ localaddr = ]][[ remoteaddr = ]][[ localport = ]][[ remoteport = ]][[ appid = ]][[ userid = ]][[ dir = ] IN | OUT ][[ verbose = ] ON | OFF ]
file - Output file name. The default is 'filters.xml'.
If this parameter is set to the dash character,
'file = -', the output is written only to the console.
protocol - The IP protocol. This must be an integer.
localaddr - The IP addresses. 'localaddr' is the local IP address,
remoteaddr and the 'remoteaddr' is the remote IP address.
The addresses are either IPv4 or IPv6.
If both local and remote addressses are specified,
they both must belong to the same address family.
localport - The ports. 'localport' is the local port
remoteport and 'remoteport' is the remote port.
They must be integers.
appid - The application sending or receiving the traffic
on the local host.
This either an NT path such as
or a DOS path such as
The supplied path must exist.
userid - The user sending or receiving the traffic
on the local host. The userid may be a SID
(such as 'S-1-5-18') or a user name (such as
dir - The direction of the connection. By default, filters
for both inbound and outbound traffic are displayed.
Use IN to display only filters for inbound traffic
or OUT to display only filters for outbound traffic.
verbose - Determines whether to display all filters.
Can be ON or OFF. The default is OFF, which attempts
to suppress matching filters that are unlikely to
ON does not suppress any filters.
Remarks: Displays filters matching the specified traffic parameters.
NETSH / WFP / SHOW / FILTERS
netsh wfp show filters - Windows Seven - commandDisplays filters matching the specified traffic parameters. / Windows Seven netsh, wfp, show, filters, cmd, command, Windows, Seven