Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 Network shell (netsh) technical reference

Network shell (netsh) “command-line utility allows you to configure settings & display status of various network communications server roles and components after they’re installed on Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2008. You can run by typing commands at “netsh command prompt,” as well as running commands in “batch files and scripts”. Additionally, you […]

Network shell (netsh) “command-line utility allows you to configure settings & display status of various network communications server roles and components after they’re installed on Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2008. You can run by typing commands at “netsh command prompt,” as well as running commands in “batch files and scripts”. Additionally, you can use netsh commands to configure settings & display status of network components on local and remote computers. In most cases, netsh provide same functionality that’s available when using Microsoft Management Console snap-in for each server role or component. There’re, however, netsh commands for some network functionality, such as for IPv6, network bridge, and remote procedure call (RPC), that’re not available in user interface as an MMC snap-in. Some client technologies, such as Network Access Protection (NAP) client, Wirelesss Hosted Network also provide netsh commands that allow you to configure client computers running Windows 7 or Windows Vista,” explains Microsoft.

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