netsh http delete timeout - Windows Vista - command


 
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c:\windows>netsh http delete timeout ? Usage: delete timeout [timeouttype=]idleconnectiontimeout|headerwaittimeout Parameters: Tag Value timeouttype - Type of timeout for setting. Remarks: deletes a global timeout and makes the service revert to default values. Examples: delete timeout timeouttype=idleconnectiontimeout delete timeout timeouttype=headerwaittimeout

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netsh http delete timeout - Windows Vista - command Deletes a global timeout. / Windows Vista
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