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c:\windows>netsh firewall delete allowedprogram ? delete allowedprogram [ program = ] path [ [ profile = ] CURRENT|DOMAIN|STANDARD|ALL ] Deletes firewall allowed program configuration. Parameters: program - Program path and file name. profile - Configuration profile (optional). CURRENT - Applies to the active profile. Active profile can be domain, standard (i.e. private), or public. (default). DOMAIN - Applies to the domain profile. STANDARD - Applies to the standard (i.e. private) profile. ALL - Applies to the domain and standard (i.e. private) profile. Does not apply to the public profile. Examples: delete allowedprogram C:\MyApp\MyApp.exe delete allowedprogram program=C:\MyApp\MyApp.exe

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netsh firewall delete allowedprogram - Windows Vista - command Deletes firewall allowed program configuration. / Windows Vista
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