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Find current duplex setting in XP SP2

Posted on 2007-07-20
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Last Modified: 2012-05-07
I need to find the current duplex setting on a NIC in XP SP2. (Preferably a command line utility) The ports on the switch are not labeled to which rooms they go to, so I cannot tell from the switch. Answer by 4:15 CST gets 400 points. Thanks
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MrLonandB earned 1200 total points
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That document details a way to find it -- from the registry, though.

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