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C:\Windows>netsh namespace show policy ? Usage: show policy [[namespace=]] Parameters: Tag Value namespace - The namespace for which the policy applies. Remarks: Shows entries in the DNS name resolution policy table. If a namespace is specified, shows the entry in the DNS name resolution policy table for only that namespace. Example: show policy

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netsh namespace show policy - Windows Seven - command Shows dns client policy table. / Windows Seven
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