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C:\Windows>netsh nap client rename ? Estão disponíveis os seguintes comandos: Comandos neste contexto: rename server - Muda o nome da configuração do servidor fidedigno. rename trustedservergroup - Muda o nome da configuração do grupo de servidores fidedignos.

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netsh nap client rename - Windows Seven - Comandos Muda o nome de configuraç?o. / Windows Seven
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