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c:\windows>netsh ras ip set preferredadapter ? set preferredadapter[[name=] ] Specifies the preferred adapter for Routing and Remote Access Service name - name of the adapter in quoted string - Specifies that the adapter interface_name to be used to obtain the IP address for the allocation (If Configured to use DHCP) and the IP address of DHCP and WINS server for assignment to remote access clients and demand dial uses. No Argument - Default auto select setting. Specifies that RAS to select an adapter at random when Routing and Remote Access Service is started

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netsh ras ip set preferredadapter - Windows Vista - command Specifies the preferred adapter for Routing and Remote / Windows Vista
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