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get-netfirewallrule does not list any of the group policies that have been applied. It only lists manually created rules. That's useless on a core system, where you can't call up the advanced firewall GUI.

Question: How to document the firewall rules (complete list) on a core system?
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by:albatros99
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To clarify: The powershell command get-netfirewallrule does not list firewall rules that have been applied by GPO. What's the best way to get a complete list of applied firewall rules? (Without using the GUI)
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netsh advfirewall firewall show rule name=all
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by:Scratch Mang
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No, this command doe NOT list firewall rules that have been applied from a  GPO.

Any other thoughts?
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netsh advfirewall monitor show firewall rule name=all

That works, Note the "Monitor"
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