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Code for GPO exception for Dameware in Windows Firewall

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I understand that I can use a GPO to allow Dameware on port 6129 throughout the Domian by editing and enabling the GPO.

The code is a little confusing can the subnet and other options be left off?

6129:TCP  (and that's all?)

If not what would my code be for
TCP 6129 Dameware sunbnet 192.168.0.x 255.255.252.0
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6129:TCP:*:Enabled:Telnet
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