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c:\windows>netsh nap client export ? export [ filename = ] filename Exports an .xml file that contains the current configuration settings for the Network Access Protection (NAP) client. filename - Specifies the file path. (Required) Example: export filename = "c:\config.xml"

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netsh nap client export - Windows Vista - command Exports configuration settings. / Windows Vista
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