- Sets a new parameter value on an identified rule. The command fails if the rule does not exist. To create a rule, use the add command. - Values after the new keyword are updated in the rule. If there are no values, or keyword new is missing, no changes are made. - A group of rules can only be enabled or disabled. - If multiple rules match the criteria, all matching rules will be updated. - Rule name should be unique and cannot be "all". - Auth1 and auth2 can be comma-separated lists of options. - Computerpsk and computerntlm methods cannot be specified together for auth1. - Computercert cannot be specified with user credentials for auth2. - Qmsecmethods can be a list of proposals separated by a ",". - For qmsecmethods, integrity=md5|sha1 and encryption=3des|des|aes128|aes192|aes256 - If qmsemethods are set to default, qmpfs will be set to default as well. - Qmpfs=mainmode uses the main mode key exchange setting for PFS. - The use of DES, MD5 and DHGroup1 is not recommended. These cryptographic algorithms are provided for backward compatibility only. - The default value for certmapping and excludecaname is 'no'. - The " characters within CA name must be replaced with \'
Rename rule1 to rule 2: netsh advfirewall consec set rule name="rule1" new name="rule2"
Change the action on a rule: netsh advfirewall consec set rule name="rule1" endpoint1=126.96.36.199 endpoint2=188.8.131.52 new action=requestinrequestout
NETSH / ADVFIREWALL / CONSEC / SET / RULE
netsh advfirewall consec set rule - Windows Vista - commandSets new values for properties of an existing rule. - Windows Vista netsh, advfirewall, consec, set, rule, cmd, command, Windows, Vista