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C:\Windows>netsh interface set interface ? Usage set interface [name = ] IfName [ [admin = ] ENABLED|DISABLED [connect = ] CONNECTED|DISCONNECTED [newname = ] NewName ] Sets interface parameters. IfName - the name of the interface admin - whether the interface should be enabled connect - whether to connect the interface (non-LAN only). newname - new name for the interface (LAN only). Notes: - At least one option other than the name must be specified. - If connect = CONNECTED is specified, then the interface is automatically enabled even if the admin = DISABLED option is specified. Examples: set interface name="Local Area Connection" admin=DISABLED set interface name="Local Area Connection" newname="Connection 1"

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netsh interface set interface - Windows Seven - command Sets interface parameters. / Windows Seven
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