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C:\Windows>netsh ras aaaa set ipsecpolicy ? set ipsecpolicy [psk=] ENABLED | DISABLED [secret =]
   
                                                                 
   Sets the IPsec policy for L2TP connection.  
                                                                 
   psk - Specifies whether a L2TP connection can use a Custom IPsec policy 
     ENABLED  - Custom IPsec policy using pre-shared keys 
     DISABLED - Certificate Authority Policy.  
                                                                   
   secret - The pre-shared key to be used with custom IPsec policy. 

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netsh ras aaaa set ipsecpolicy - Windows Seven - command Sets the IPsec policy for L2TP connection. / Windows Seven
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