802.1x CMD

Posted on 2011-05-09
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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Is there a command you can type to check if the line is 802.1x? I though Netsh Lan Show Profile but that only show the computer GP. I work on computer daily that are on a 802.1x ports. some ports have 802.1x disabled so we can run our OSDs. But some times 802.1x some how get enabled and this command would be a easy was to check the line so I can move on.
Question by:HEMIChallenger

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vista and above: netsh wireless

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Thank you Sir. You pointed me in the right direction, I used netsh lan show interface.

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