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Using Python to Disable the new Windows XP Firewall in SP2

I thought some of you might find this of interest. Especially if you use
Python for Windows sys-admin tasks and you do not want to use the
built-in "Windows Firewall" that came with service pack 2.

Jul 18 '05 #1
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