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c:\windows>netsh advfirewall set ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: set allprofiles - Sets properties in all profiles. set currentprofile - Sets properties in the active profile. set domainprofile - Sets properties in the domain profile. set global - Sets the global properties. set privateprofile - Sets properties in the private profile. set publicprofile - Sets properties in the public profile.

NETSH / ADVFIREWALL / SET

netsh advfirewall set - Windows Vista - command Sets the per-profile or global settings. / Windows Vista
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netsh interface ipv6 set compartment
Modifies compartment configuration parameters.
netsh rpc filter add rule
Adds an RPC firewall filter rule.
netsh ipsec dynamic set config
Sets the IPsec configuration and boot time behavior.
netsh advfirewall set global
Sets the global properties.
netsh nap show configuration
Shows configuration.
netsh interface ipv4 delete arpcache
Flushes the ARP cache for one or all interfaces.








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