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Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule



Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule

SYNOPSIS

Remove Windows Firewall Rule(s)

SYNTAX

Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule [[-RuleName] <String[]>] [[-Walkthrough]] [[-ReturnObject]] [[-OutUnEscapedJSON]] [<CommonParameters>]

DESCRIPTION

Remove Windows Firewall Rule(s)

EXAMPLES

EXAMPLE 1

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -RulePath 'BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP'
Description: Remove the BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP rules from the Windows Firewall Rule list.
Notes:

EXAMPLE 2

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -RulePath 'BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP,BGAgent_445_Inbound_UDP'
Description: Remove the BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP and BGAgent_445_Inbound_UDP rules from the Windows Firewall Rule list.
Notes:

EXAMPLE 3

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -RuleName '^BGAgent.*'
Description: Remove the BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP and BGAgent_445_Inbound_UDP rules from the Windows Firewall Rule list.
Notes:

EXAMPLE 4

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -Help
Description: If Help / WalkThrough is setup as a parameter, this script will be called to setup the Dynamic Help Menu if not the normal Get-Help will be called with the -Full parameter
Notes: Snippet to add to your script function (Read the #region WalkThrough (Dynamic Help)) as part of this script. Make sure to add both the snippet and the parameter to your function.

EXAMPLE 5

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -WalkThrough
Description: If Help / WalkThrough is setup as a parameter, this script will be called to setup the Dynamic Help Menu if not the normal Get-Help will be called with the -Full parameter
Notes: Snippet to add to your script function (Read the #region WalkThrough (Dynamic Help)) as part of this script. Make sure to add both the snippet and the parameter to your function.

EXAMPLE 6

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -RulePath 'BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP' -OutUnEscapedJSON
Description: Remove the BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP rules from the Windows Firewall Rule list and return an UnEsacped JSON formated report.
Notes: The OutUnEscapedJSON is used to beatify the JSON return and not Escape any Characters

EXAMPLE 7

Command: Remove-BluGenieFirewallRule -RulePath 'BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP' -ReturnObject
Description: This will remove the BGAgent_445_Inbound_TCP rules from the Windows Firewall Rule list and return an Object with the returning results
Notes: The ReturnObject is used to return a PowerShell Object. Normal return data is a Hash Table.

PARAMETERS

RuleName

-RuleName <String[]>
Description: The name(s) of the firewall rule you would like to remove
Notes:
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 1
Default value
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

Walkthrough

-Walkthrough [<SwitchParameter>]
Description: Start the dynamic help menu system to help walk through the current command and all of the parameters
Notes:
Alias: Help
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 3
Default value False
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

ReturnObject

-ReturnObject [<SwitchParameter>]
Description: Return information as an Object
Notes: By default the data is returned as a Hash Table
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 4
Default value False
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

OutUnEscapedJSON

-OutUnEscapedJSON [<SwitchParameter>]
Description: Removed UnEsacped Char from the JSON information.
Notes: This will beautify json and clean up the formatting.
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 5
Default value False
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

CommonParameters

This cmdlet supports the common parameters: -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -InformationAction, -InformationVariable, -OutVariable, -OutBuffer, -PipelineVariable, -Verbose, -WarningAction, and -WarningVariable. For more information, see about_CommonParameters.