netsh diag show client - Windows 2000/XP - command


 
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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh diag show client ? Usage: show client Parameters: /v -- verbose mode, display all fields. /p -- property mode, only display fields with values. Client Index Number. Client Name. Part of the Client Name. Examples: show client show client 2 show client microsoft* show client /v show client 2 /p show client microsoft* /p

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netsh diag show client - Windows 2000/XP - command Displays all network clients. / Windows 2000/XP
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