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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh firewall delete portopening ? delete portopening [ protocol = ] TCP|UDP|ALL [ port = ] 1-65535 [ [ profile = ] CURRENT|DOMAIN|STANDARD|ALL [ interface = ] name ] Deletes firewall port configuration. Parameters: protocol - Port protocol. TCP - Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). UDP - User Datagram Protocol (UDP). ALL - All protocols. port - Port number. profile - Configuration profile (optional). CURRENT - Current profile (default). DOMAIN - Domain profile. STANDARD - Standard profile. ALL - All profiles. interface - Interface name (optional). Remarks: 'profile' and 'interface' may not be specified together. Examples: delete portopening TCP 80 delete portopening UDP 500 delete portopening protocol = TCP port = 80 delete portopening protocol = UDP port = 500

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netsh firewall delete portopening - Windows 2000/XP - command Deletes firewall port configuration. / Windows 2000/XP
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