netsh http add - Windows Vista - command


 
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c:\windows>netsh http add ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: add iplisten - Adds an IP address to the IP listen list. add sslcert - Adds a SSL server certificate binding for an IP address and port. add timeout - Adds a global timeout to the service. add urlacl - Adds an URL reservation entry.

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netsh http add - Windows Vista - command Adds a configuration entry to a table. / Windows Vista
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