Configuring Network Adapter Properties via CMD..?


  1. Posts : 107
    Windows
       #1

    Configuring Network Adapter Properties via CMD..?


    Does anyone know how to use Command Prompt to configure the Network Adapter Properties?






    Would be handy to not have to access this window, which is buried pretty deep, every time they need to be altered...
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  2. Posts : 35,412
    Win 10 Pro (21H2) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #2

    Assuming these settings make changes to the registry, you may be able to discover the registry changes using a free program such as Regshot- snapshot before and after the change, compare.

    If the key data is simple, that works well. If the data is extensive, and 1 bit changes, that's much less likely to be helpful.

    You can get to the network connections (your dialogue is rt click, properties from there) with a shortcut created thus:
    Quickly Manage Network Adapters In Windows 7 [How-To]


    A shortcut to the list of network connections could also be created using
    explorer shell:::{7007ACC7-3202-11D1-AAD2-00805FC1270E}
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  3. Posts : 6,963
    windows 10
       #3

    Are you wanting to change the card properties or network properties card properties would be like duplex, speed etc network is tcip , add protcols etc
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  4. Posts : 107
    Windows
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Are you wanting to change the card properties or network properties card properties would be like duplex, speed etc network is tcip , add protcols etc
    I'm trying to enable/disable the checkboxes that display in the window included in the picture in my original post.

    Maybe through some kind of Registry edit..?

    Search Engine checks haven't really led me to any way to do this.

    If anyone who hasn't posted in this thread can provide further ideas, that'd be great.
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  5. Posts : 35,412
    Win 10 Pro (21H2) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #5

    Reiterate my post #2

    You can find out what the registry entries are.
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