Windows 10: Problems using IPv6 netsh in command window
Problems using IPv6 netsh in command window
I'm trying to set up an IPv6 tunnel. My first command in the command window is as follows:
netsh interface teredo set state disabled.
The msg. I get is as follows:
The requested operation requires elevation (run as administrator).
The problem is I am the administrator! I don't know what I have to do to run this correctly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
It means that you will just need to open an elevated command prompt to run the command in instead.
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