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c:\windows>netsh wlan disconnect ? Usage: disconnect [[interface=]] Parameters: Tag Value interface - Name of the interface from which disconnection is attempted. Remarks: Disconnect from the wireless network on the specified interface. Parameter interface is required if there are two or more available interfaces on the system. When interface is specified, it cannot be a wildcard name. If no wireless network is connected on the specified interface, this command simply returns success and does nothing. Examples: disconnect disconnect interface="Wireless Network Connection"

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netsh wlan disconnect - Windows Vista - command Disconnects from a wireless network. / Windows Vista
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