Close (block) or open (allow) ports on multiple remote machines
Version: 2.5Controls Windows Firewall remotely and allows to disable (block) port or open (allow) ports on Windows, such as block port 445 (SMB protocol) or allow port 3389 (Remote Desktop) on multiple domain computers at once.
Operating System: Windows
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Version 2.5: Close (block) or open (allow) ports on multiple remote machines