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C:\Windows>netsh wlan set profileorder ? Usage: set profileorder [name=] [interface=] [priority=] Parameters: Tag Value name - Name of the User profile whose priority is to be changed. interface - Name of the interface which has this profile configured. priority - The new priority of the User profile. Remarks: Set the preference order of a wireless network profile on an interface. All three parameters are required. Only the order of User profiles can be changed. Group policy profiles are read only. Group policy profiles always have higher precedence over User profiles. Parameter priority specifies the new position of the profile in the preferred profile list. If it is 1, the profile will be move to the first position in the User profile list. Examples: set profileorder name="profile1" interface="Wireless Network Connection" priority=1

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netsh wlan set profileorder - Windows Seven - command Set the preference order of a wireless network profile. / Windows Seven
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