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C:\Windows>netsh ipsec static delete filteraction ? Kullanim: filteraction [ name = ] | [ all ] Filtreleme eylemini siler. Parametreler: Etiket Deger name | all -Filtreleme eyleminin adi veya 'tümü'. Açiklamalar: 'all' belirtildiginde tüm filtreleme eylemleri silinir. Örnekler: 1. delete filteraction AFiltresi 2. delete filteraction all

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