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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv4 delete dnsservers ? Usage: delete dnsservers [name=] [[address=]|all] [[validate=]yes|no] Parameters: Tag Value name - The name or index of the interface where DNS servers are deleted. address - One of the following values: : A specific IP address of a DNS server you are deleting. all: Deletes all configured IP addresses for DNS. servers. validate - Specifies whether validation of the DNS server setting will be performed. The value is yes by default. Remarks: Deletes statically configured DNS server IP addresses for a specific interface. If Validate switch is yes, then the remaining DNS servers are validated. Examples: delete dnsservers "Local Area Connection" 10.0.0.1 delete dnsservers "Local Area Connection" all

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netsh interface ipv4 delete dnsservers - Windows Seven - command Deletes the DNS server from the specified interface. / Windows Seven
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