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C:\WINDOWS>netsh firewall set notifications ? set notifications [ mode = ] ENABLE|DISABLE [ [ profile = ] CURRENT|DOMAIN|STANDARD|ALL ] Sets firewall notification configuration. Parameters: mode - Notification mode. ENABLE - Allow pop-up notifications from firewall. DISABLE - Do not allow pop-up notifications from firewall. profile - Configuration profile (optional). CURRENT - Current profile (default). DOMAIN - Domain profile. STANDARD - Standard profile. ALL - All profiles. Examples: set notifications ENABLE set notifications DISABLE set notifications mode = ENABLE set notifications mode = DISABLE

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netsh firewall set notifications - Windows 2000/XP - command Sets firewall notification configuration. / Windows 2000/XP
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