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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv4 add winsservers ? Usage: add winsservers [name=] [address=] [[index=]] Parameters: Tag Value name - The name or index of the interface where WINS servers are added. address - The IP address for the WINS server you are adding. index - Specifies the index (preference) for the specified WINS server address. Remarks: Adds a new WINS server IP address to the statically-configured list. By default, the WINS server is added to the end of the list. If an index is specified, the WINS server will be placed in that position in the list, with other servers being moved down to make room. If WINS servers were previously obtained through DHCP, the new address will replace the old list. Examples: add winsservers "Local Area Connection" add winsservers "Local Area Connection" index=2


netsh interface ipv4 add winsservers - Windows Seven - command Adds a static WINS server address. / Windows Seven
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