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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ipx rip set global ? O objeto GLOBAL é usado para configurar definições globais RIP. Sintaxe do comando: SHOW GLOBAL SET GLOBAL [[LOGLEVEL=] level] Em que: level - NONE, Errors_Only, Warnings_And_Errors, Maximum_Information.

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netsh routing ipx rip set global - Windows 2000/XP - Comandos Atualiza a configuraç?o de protocolo global. / Windows 2000/XP
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netsh routing ip set filter
Altera atributos do filtro na interface especificada.
netsh ras aaaa set
Define informaç?es de configuraç?o.
netsh firewall delete allowedprogram
Exclui a configuraç?o de programas permitidos do firewall.
netsh routing ip nat uninstall
Remova o protocolo de roteamento correspondente ao contexto atual.
netsh interface reset
Redefine as informaç?es.
netsh routing ipx rip show global
Exibe a configuraç?o de protocolo global.








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