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c:\windows>netsh nap client rename trustedservergroup ? rename trustedservergroup [ name = ] name [ newname = ] newname Renames a trusted server group. name - Specifies the existing name of the trusted server group. (Required) newname - Specifies the new name of the trusted server group. (Required) Example: rename trustedservergroup name = "group1" newname = "group2"

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netsh nap client rename trustedservergroup - Windows Vista - command Renames trusted server group configuration. / Windows Vista
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