Network adapter desktop window command

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How can I enable and disable the network adapter of my desktop windows 7 desktop from a command prompt window?

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Network adapter desktop window command

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1. Click the Start Button on your computer.

2. Go to Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network and Sharing Center, then go to Manage Network Connections.

3. Right Click On the Network Adapter, choose, Disable to disable and Enable to enable.

4. There are times that you will be asked to type in the administrator's username and password. Just type in your computer's username and password.

5. To connect to a network. Network Adapter must be enabled.

 

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Network adapter desktop window command

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A network adapter enables a computer to connect to the internet and you can be disconnected from the network by disabling the network adapter, it also enables you to solve some network problems by disabling and enabling the adapter. To enable or disable a network adapter;

  • First, Open the Network Connections by clicking the Start button, Click on the Control Panel, Select Network and Internet, Select Network and Sharing Center and then Click on Manage network connections.                                                                                                  
  • Right-click the network adapter and do either of the following:
  • To disable the network adapter, Select Disable.  Sometimes you will be asked for an admin password or confirmation, input the password or provide the confirmation.
  • To enable the network adapter, Select Enable.   Sometimes you will be asked for an admin password or confirmation, input the password or provide the confirmation.
  • For you to connect your computer to the network again, you need to enable the adapter in case it is disabled.

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