One of the Windows XP features I really liked was the ability to right-click on a wireless card or NIC in my system tray (notification area) and select "Reset." This quick-and-easy trick often fixed stubborn wireless connections. I think Microsoft abandoned this feature with Vista. (It definitely isn't present on my Windows 7 machine.) Anyway, I'd love to create a little batch file that I can run on Windows 7 machines that takes the same steps. Here are a few commands that might be part of this batch file:
REM -- Flush the arp cache --
netsh interface ip delete arpcache
REM -- Release and renew IP's --
Are these reasonable? What am I missing?