netsh firewall reset - Windows 2000/XP - command


 
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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh firewall reset ? reset Resets firewall configuration to default. Remarks: Resetting the default settings will delete all settings for Windows Firewall that you have made since Windows was installed. This might cause some programs to stop working. Any custom settings that you have made for Internet Connection Sharing will be deleted and Internet Connection Sharing will be disabled.

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netsh firewall reset - Windows 2000/XP - command Resets firewall configuration to default. / Windows 2000/XP
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