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c:\windows>netsh advfirewall reset ? Usage: reset [export filename=] Remarks: - Restores the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security policy to the default policy. The current active policy can be optionally exported to a specified file. - In a Group Policy object, this command returns all settings to notconfigured and deletes all connection security and firewall rules. Examples: Backup the current policy and restore out-of-box policy: netsh advfirewall reset export "c:\backuppolicy.wfw"

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netsh advfirewall reset - Windows Vista - command Resets the policy to the default out-of-box policy. / Windows Vista
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Resets the policy to the default out-of-box policy. / Windows Vista

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