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C:\Windows>netsh interface tcp add chimneyapplication ? Usage: add chimneyapplication [state=]disabled|enabled [application=] Parameters: Tag Value state - One of the following values: disabled: Disables TCP chimney offload for application. enabled: Enabled TCP chimney offload for application. Applies to new connections only. application - Application name. Remarks: Sets TCP chimney state for a particular application. Example: add chimneyapplication disabled c:\path\database.exe add chimneyapplication state=disabled application=c:\path\database.exe

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netsh interface tcp add chimneyapplication - Windows Seven - command Adds application to the TCP Chimney offload table. / Windows Seven
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