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C:\Windows>netsh p2p pnrp peer resolve ? Usage: resolve [peername =] [[cloud=]] Parameters: peername - | cloud - The cloud where the resolve should happen. Default is all Clouds. Remarks: Resolves a peer name. Examples: resolve peername=0.0 cloud=Global_ resolve 0.anyname

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netsh p2p pnrp peer resolve - Windows Seven - command Resolves a peer name. / Windows Seven
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