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C:\Windows>netsh ras diagnostics show ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: show all - Shows Remote Access Diag Report. show cmtracing - Shows whether Connection Manager logging is enabled. show configuration - Configuration Info. show installation - Installation Info. show loglevel - Shows the global Log level for RRAS show logs - Shows all logs. show modemtracing - Shows whether tracing of modem settings and messages during a network connection is enabled. show rastracing - Shows whether extended tracing is enabled for components. show securityeventlog - Shows whether Security Event Logs are enabled. show tracefacilities - Shows whether extended tracing is enabled for all components.

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netsh ras diagnostics show - Windows Seven - command Displays information. / Windows Seven
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