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C:\Windows>netsh ras show client ? show client [[name=]] Shows Remote Access clients connected to this machine or their status. Parameters None - Shows Remote Access clients connected to this machine. name - Shows the status of a given client connected to the machine. If this parameter is "*" , enumerates status of all clients.

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netsh ras show client - Windows Seven - command Shows Remote Access clients connected to this machine / Windows Seven
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