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C:\Windows>netsh wlan delete filter ? Usage: delete filter [permission=]allow|block|denyall [[ssid=]] [networktype=]infrastructure|adhoc Parameters: Tag Value permission - Permission type of the filter. ssid - SSID of the wireless network. networktype - Network type of the wireless network. Remarks: Removes a wireless network from the allowed and blocked network list configured on the system. Parameter ssid is required if permission is allow or block. If permission is denyall then parameter ssid should not be given. Examples: delete filter permission=allow ssid=ssid1 networktype=infrastructure delete filter permission=block ssid=ssid2 networktype=adhoc delete filter permission=denyall networktype=adhoc

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netsh wlan delete filter - Windows Seven - command Remove a wireless network from the wireless allowed or / Windows Seven
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