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c:\windows>netsh ras show user ? show user [ [name = ] username [mode = ] PERMIT|REPORT ] Displays user Remote Access properties. username - the user's logon name. If none is supplied, all users will be displayed. mode - the mode for showing information. If no mode is specified, REPORT is assumed. REPORT - show all users. PERMIT - show only users whose dial in permission is PERMIT

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netsh ras show user - Windows Vista - command Displays Remote Access properties for a user(s). / Windows Vista
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