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Windows 7: Install additional network protocols or components via command line

11 Feb 2017   #1
8bit4life

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Install additional network protocols or components via command line

Does anyone know how this (see link below) can be achieved via the command line, powershell, vbs, wmi, other utility?

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...(v=ws.10).aspx

i am trying to automate the install/enabling of a protocol once its available in the protocols section for several Windows 7 SP1 machines.

Thanks,

8bit4life


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