Can netsh be used to set an interface metric in Windows XP?

Can the netsh command be used to set an interface metric in Windows XP?  I'm  trying to set a metric on the Wireless NIC and the only way I see to do it is from the GUI.  In Windows 7, the command: 'netsh interface ipv4 set interface "Wireless Network Connection" metric=100' does the job, but it doesn't translate back to XP.  Is there such a command in XP?
inet-infrastructureAsked:
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B HCommented:
i dont see a way in netsh... but does it help to do this?

right-click my network places, properties
right click the interface, properties
tcp/ip, properties, advanced
near the gateway, metric
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inet-infrastructureAuthor Commented:
Thanks bryon44035v3, yeah I'm aware of the GUI method.  Looking to script this so as to implement on several hundred machines.  AFAIK, it can't be done in Group Policy, otherwise I'd go that route...
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saurabhsehgalCommented:
I was unable to find netsh command for setting interface metric however i found this if you want to take a look at it, There are some other methods mentioned to change interface adress

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894564
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saurabhsehgalCommented:
in this kb you'll also find a script mentioned to do it.
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