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C:\Windows>netsh wlan delete profile ? Usage: delete profile [name=] [[interface=]] Parameters: Tag Value name - Name of the profile to delete. interface - Interface name. Remarks: Remove a wireless network profile from an interface or all interfaces. Parameter name is required. It is the name of the profile to be deleted. Parameter interface is optional. If it is given then the profile will be deleted from specified interface only. If it is omitted then the profile will be deleted from all the interfaces that have such a profile. Profile name can have wildcard characters and multiple profiles with matching name will be removed. Examples: delete profile name="Profile 1" interface="Wireless Network Connection" delete profile name="Profile 1" i=*

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netsh wlan delete profile - Windows Seven - command Delete a WLAN profile from one or multiple interfaces. / Windows Seven
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