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C:\Windows>netsh ras delete registeredserver ? delete registeredserver [ [domain = ] domain [server = ] server ] Un-registers the given Windows computer as a Remote Access server in the Active Directory of the given domain. server - the computer name of the computer to be unregistered as a Remote Access server. If no server is specified the computer from which the command is issued is assumed. domain - the domain in which the given server should be unregistered. If no domain is provided, the primary domain of the computer from which the command is issued is assumed.

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netsh ras delete registeredserver - Windows Seven - command Un-registers the given Windows computer as a / Windows Seven
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