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C:\Windows>netsh branchcache importkey ? Usage: importkey [inputfile=] [passphrase]= Parameters: Tag Value inputfile - The location of the file from which the key should be imported passphrase - The passphrase used when exporting the key using the exportkey command Remarks: This command will import a new key for the BranchCache service to use to protect content information. The key must have been previously exported by means of the exportkey command. If the service is currently running, this command will stop and restart it in order to begin using the new key. Examples: importkey %TMP%\secret.key "Key file password" importkey inputfile=C:\KeyDirectory\secret.key "Key file password"

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netsh branchcache importkey - Windows Seven - command Imports a new content information key. / Windows Seven
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