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C:\Windows>netsh bridge set adapter ? Usage: set adapter [id=] [[forcecompatmode=]enable|disable] Parameters: Tag Value id - The ID of the adapter which you want configured. Use the "show adapter" command to obtain ID listing. forcecompatmode - One of the following values: enable : Enable Layer3 mode. disable: Disable Layer3 mode. Remarks: Modifies bridge configuration for a specified adapter. This should only be done if network connectivity is not working as expected on the specified adapter. Examples: set adapter "2" forcecompatmode=enable Modifies the bridge configuration for adapter "2" by setting it in Layer3 mode.

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netsh bridge set adapter - Windows Seven - command Modifies the bridge configuration for a specified adapter. / Windows Seven
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