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C:\Windows>netsh ipsec static delete rule ? Usage: rule [ name = ] | [ id = ] | [ all ] [ policy = ] Deletes a rule from a policy. Parameters: Tag Value name | id | all -Name of the rule, ID of the rule, or 'all' policy -Name of the policy. Remarks: 1. If 'all' is specified, deletes all rules from the policy except the default response rule. 2. The default response rule cannot be deleted. 3. The IDs will change with every delete. Examples: 1. delete rule id=1 Policy1 -deletes the rule with id=1 from Policy1. 2. delete rule all Policy1 -deletes all the rules from Policy1.

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netsh ipsec static delete rule - Windows Seven - command Deletes a rule from a policy. / Windows Seven
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