I have an application that communicates on a port via TCP/IP and I want the user to be able to run a batch file that will open a specified port through the Windows Firewall. I am unsure as to what I need to do. Please let me know.
this should get you going:
for example: command: netsh firewall set portopening TCP 80 http
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