Block or Allow TCP/IP Port RemotelyClose (block) or open (allow) firewall ports on multiple remote machines at once from the Cloud
Controls 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. If you trying to understand how to close ports on Windows without using block port command line tools (such as netsh block port) or trying to do this on multiple computers at once (by means of psexec netsh advfirewall, for example), Action1 can help.
It allows to control Windows firewall command line to open ports in Windows, disable TCP and UDP ports in Windows, block unused ports, allow ports through firewall on Windows and more, all in centralized way that does not require any PowerShell scripts, command line tools or batch files.
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Manage endpoint configuration using plain English from the Cloud. Such as type 'Windows services' or 'reboot computer'.
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