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Connect from cmd to WiFI with emoji in its name

How can I connect to a WiFi network that its name contains emojis? I tried the regular way of netsh wlan connect name="name" ssid="ssid", and also with different encoding types. Tried also to copy ...
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I can access website even after I create firewall rule to block it’s IP address

I want to block specific IP address like this: netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="BlockIP" dir=out interface=any action=block remoteip=216.58.201.110 When I execute this command, I cant ping ...
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How do I make it so port http://127.0.0.1:3000 connect to the World Wide Web in Windows

I have a Node Application running on a Server, with a Static IP @ 172.168.355.27 On it is a node server is running locally, it can be address through localhost:3000 or 127.0.0.1:3000 This is a ...
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Windows 10, how to hide hotspots from Wi-Fi list

Clicking the network icon in Windows 10 system tray pops up the list of Wi-Fi networks and hotspots. However, there are too many hotspots around my location, and I would like to hide them from the ...
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Windows 7 CMD, Netsh wlan show profiles no key content

I don`t have a key content how can i fix it, i have been searching in the internet but i cant find any answers. I just want to know my wifi password using command prompt click the image is here as ...
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how can turn off show hidden networks in my pc?

or hide wifis based on mac address if you saw this article https://lifehacker.com/how-do-i-hide-my-neighbors-wifi-networks-1833806819/amp they explain how to hide wifi networks based on ssids . ...
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Remove IPv6 address from interface

How can I remove redundant addresses from network interface. I have a bunch of unnecessary ones, temporary and usual ones I do it like this netsh interface ipv6 delete address interface="Wi-Fi" ...
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Windows 10 - How to block a wifi network and restrict unblocking it without a password

Background I'm currently having some compulsive and addictive issues with using the internet (originally on my phone) that are seriously negatively affecting my life. I've completely blocked all web ...
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Drop specific tcp flags in Netsh advfirewall

Working on sending raw packets in windows but couldn't perform tcp handshake. Does anyone know the equivalent of: iptables -A OUTPUT -p tcp --tcp-flags RST RST -s <IP> -j DROP In windows netsh ...
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Changing network settings via netsh as non-admin domain user

After some research, I had managed to allow non-admin domain users to change their network settings (IP/gateway/DNS) on a network computer, via GPO Restricted Group method. However, the network ...
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How to limit the number of users who can connect to an Windows-based access point using netsh? [duplicate]

I have a Wi-Fi dongle with the RTL8188EUS chipset. I'm using it to make a access point from a computer that has Windows 7. However, I have noticed that the dongle shuts off when 12 or more people are ...
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Activating Public folder sharing

I'm trying to find a way to active "Public folder sharing" under "All networks" in the network and sharing center settings. I am looking for a way to automate this ie: using a netsh command or ...
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Hosts file changes don't apply for TCP connections

A program on my windows PC makes a TCP connection to a IP address e.g. 122.122.122.122 I have made a TCP server on my local machine and made the following change in my hosts file 192.168.1.123 ...
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run as administrator doesn't elevate process

I am trying to run netsh wlan set hosted network mode=allow as administrator but when I run it from an elevated cmd, or powershell, netsh still replies that: You must run this command from a command ...
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netsh “Error: 87 The parameter is incorrect” when using hostnameport

I am using the following netsh command successfully: netsh http add sslcert ipport=127.0.0.1:9000 appid={7B8DB713-2C51-41B5-AE6F-6DAA07833DBE} certhash=69fed34fdf164e7feac5e17823b94d0f30ab05c5 but ...

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