netsh lan reconnect - Windows Vista - command


 
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c:\windows>netsh lan reconnect ? Usage: reconnect [ [interface=] ] Parameters: interface - name of the interface on which this setting is to be applied Remarks: Parameter interface is optional. If interface name is given, only the given interface will reconnect. Otherwise, all interfaces will reconnect. Examples: reconnect interface="Local Area Connection"

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