; This section included for ease of removing any maps added in.
; To uninstall, type the following line:
; rundll.exe setupx.dll,InstallHinfSection DefaultUnInstall 0
; <I BRACKET="YES">YOUR_INF_FILE_NAME</I>
; MYMAPNAME should be replaced with a friendly
; descriptive name that is unique.
; This data points to the computer that is running the service.
; 0.0.0.0 represents the computer running the ICS services. This
; can alternatively contain the IP address of one of the ICS client
; "My Friendly Name" should be replaced with something short and
; descriptive such as the name of the program that needs these ports
HKLM,%ICSINSTALLED%\MYMAPNAME,Name,,"My Friendly Name"
; Options is a DWORD value and is currently always set to 00,00,00,00
; The next four lines describe the specific ports that need to be open
; or mapped. The first port is always 0000, each additional port is
; incremented (the second port to open would be listed as 0001,
; the third would be 0002, and so on). This information is strictly
; dependent on what is needed by the program. If you do not know what
; ports your program requires or are unsure, you need to contact the
; manufacturer of the program to get this information.
; The four lines need to be re-created for each port.
; On the second line, valid entries for type are "TCP" or "UDP."
; The third line contains the actual port or port range needed by the
; The entry below demonstrates a port range. If the program only needs
; a single port, the last part of the line below would read ,Port,,"5678"
; Note that you can only use a port range when the translation type is
; NORMAL or BLOCK.
; If Translation is set to anything else, you must list each port
; Valid types of translation are NORMAL, BLOCK, CUSEEME, DPLAY, FTP,
; H323, PPTP, and QUAKE