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Delete Dial-up connection via script or CLI

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Hey guys,

I have a project that I am working on that requires me to delete a dial-up connection before installing another. Believe it or not I have the rest of it down pat I just need to workout how to  remove the old connection.

In my case the Dial-up connection is called "Broadband Wireless". I am doing this on a large scale, so I need something that is easily executed from the local machine that I can tie into the rest of my scripts.

Cheers
G_M
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subhashchy earned 500 total points
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try this..

rasphone -r  "Conneectionname"

or rasphone  /? for options
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this does not work if you have multiple entries in your PBK file and all you want to do is remove one entry
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