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How to change network settings remotely

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I would like to make some changes in the networksettings (remove protocols/Clients change binderys) with
a script running on the client. I tried to modify the registry, but that seems to different on many machines.
Can i use setup.exe or another tool or this task ?

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 Sebastian
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No, you can't change anything from remote PC coz every settings that you have setup is in the remote PC right. So you can't access it remotely unless you have a special software which can be remotely access to it.

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My company is using this kind of software, coz I don't have to go all the way to the user's place. Mine is the OEM version, they brought it since last year and still running fine.

Good luck :-)
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