Changing Vista's TCPIP Autotunning via GPO? Possible?

mirde
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Hello,

Are we able to change Vista's TCP/IP settings to turn off AutoTunning via the GPO?

What I want to carry out using GPO is:

cmd> netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=disabled

I had a look at GPO but could not find any settings related to this.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Top Expert 2005
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Use a Computer Startup script to launch this.
Make sure the share where you put the script has Authenticated User access.

The computer during boot will run the startup script before the logon box is displayed.

You want to also make sure that the Fastboot option is turned off:

Computer Config>Admin Templates>System>Logon:: Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon=Enabled

Why not just make it a part of the logon script?
(I'm assuming your in an AD enviroment)

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