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  1. Posts : 280
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    Output All Settings to a File


    How can I output all of my Settings to a file from Command or Administrative Privileges?
    Thanks.
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  2. Posts : 6,907
    windows 10
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    What setting?
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  3. Posts : 17,622
    Win 10 Home 10.0.19044.1706 (x64) [21H2]
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    mikeincousa said:
    How can I output all of my Settings to a file from Command or Administrative Privileges?
    Thanks.


    If I understand you correctly... and you want to output all your personalizations, etc.... you can't.

    Some parts of Windows settings can be exported. Like drivers, anything done with Winaero Tweaker, things done with Open Shell, bookmarks, etc.

    It would be nice if you could export all Windows User settings in one shot.



    Me... I made a folder called Windows tweaks in which I save everything I've tweaked, that CAN'T be easily exported.
    Sometimes text files, sometimes pics, sometimes reg files, etc.


    Output All Settings to a File-image1.png
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  4. Posts : 34,899
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
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    There are 3rd party programs that allow you to transfer user profiles. What they transfer can be selected, and that might allow some relevant selection. E.g.

    Free PC transfer/migration software for Windows Computers - EaseUS(R) Todo PCTrans Free
    Move everything securely: This free tool allows you to transfer applications, files, settings, and even user profiles from an old PC to a new one.
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  5. Posts : 280
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    My immediate need is gathering the Network and Internet settings. Can copies of these be exported? If so how?

    I have not gotten them to a cut and paste. That would have been the simplest way.

    The reason I am posting this is that I am having trouble setting up a network and very much need a list of the facets for illustrating what works and what does not.

    If this is not available I will take pictures of the screen with my external camera. FYI.

    When I make screen shots they include al the content on both monitors.

    Cutting and pasting in Paint retains all the info despite cropping the Paint shot.

    It is a lot more work and time for nothing. The double monitor pages make following the setting development virtually impossible. even for those with good vision.
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  6. Posts : 512
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    how to save Network and Internet settings to a text file
    how to save Network and Internet settings to a text file - Google Search
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  7. Posts : 34,899
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
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    mikeincousa said:
    My immediate need is gathering the Network and Internet settings. Can copies of these be exported? If so how?

    Thank you for your reply and your changing your question.


    I take it mine was of no use to you. Good luck.
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    Hello @mikeincousa,

    mikeincousa said:
    How can I output all of my Settings to a file from Command or Administrative Privileges?

    Do you mean something like this from a CMD Prompt? . . .

    Code:
    
    ipconfig /all > "%UserProfile%\Desktop\IP_Config_All.log"

    It will create a IP_Config_All.log file on the Desktop. If you have Relocated your Desktop, change the Path accordingly.

    I hope this helps.
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  9. Posts : 7,456
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
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    mikeincousa said:
    My immediate need is gathering the Network and Internet settings.
    Which network connection do you use? DHCP, static IP, PPPoE, Wi-Fi, or something else?
    I set up my PPPoE connection via a CMD script, which imports all necessary settings.
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  10. Posts : 280
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    Thread Starter
       #10

    Running each setting from the Command then piping to file seem the shortest path.
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