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C:\Windows>netsh wlan set tracing ? Usage: set tracing [mode=]yes|no|persistent] Parameters: Tag Value mode - Enable, make it persistent or disable tracing. Remarks: Enabled or disable tracing, with the option to make tracing persistent. If enabled then the trace logs for wireless LAN will be collected and saved to the trace files. The parameter mode is required. Under persistent mode the tracing will still be effective after system reboot. If mode is set to disable, then both persistent and nonpersistent tracing will be stopped. Examples: set tracing mode=yes

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