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c:\windows>netsh http delete ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: delete cache - Deletes entries from the HTTP service kernel URI cache. delete iplisten - Deletes an IP address from the IP listen list. delete sslcert - Deletes SSL certificate bindings for an IP address and port. delete timeout - Deletes a global timeout. delete urlacl - Deletes a URL reservation.

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netsh http delete - Windows Vista - command Deletes a configuration entry from a table. / Windows Vista
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netsh lan show interfaces
Shows a list of the current wired interfaces on the system.
netsh http add timeout
Adds a global timeout to the service.
netsh p2p pnrp cloud start
Starts a cloud.
netsh interface ipv6 add route
Adds a route over an interface.
netsh ras set conf
Sets the configuration state of the server.
netsh interface tcp show chimneyports
Shows port tuples in the TCP chimney offload table.








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