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What is the PowerShell command that can be used to find out the Send Buffer Size of a network adapter?
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http://blogs.technet.com/b/wincat/archive/2012/08/27/using-powershell-for-nic-configuration-tasks.aspx

'Transmit Buffers' value from the command Get-NetAdapterAdvancedProperty
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