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c:\windows>netsh ipsec dynamic delete qmpolicy ? Usage: qmpolicy [ name = ] | [ all ] Deletes a quick mode policy from SPD. If 'all' is specified, all quick mode policies are deleted. Parameters: Tag Value name -Name of the quick mode policy. Remarks: To delete a quick mode policy, any associated quick mode filters must first be deleted. Examples: delete qmpolicy name=qmp

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netsh ipsec dynamic delete qmpolicy - Windows Vista - command Deletes a quick mode policy from SPD. / Windows Vista
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