how to allow a program to listen through the firewall

netsh firewall add programmaautorizzato C:\nltest.exe mltest enable
To allow a program ("programmaautorizzato" in example) to listen through the firewall

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By: 0disse0
2012-02-06 19:33:57

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marianellefson · 30 weeks and 2 days ago
If you’re using a firewall (or if you’re using one in the future), this is an important step you need to take. I suggest you follow this EssayMama and get more updates to manage their work. Windows uses firewalls to protect your network from unwanted traffic. The important thing to note here is that when you allow programs to listen through your firewall, then they can access your computers (or any other devices that are connected to your computer).
Borgy1958 · 2 weeks ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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