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Delete network adapters via dos command

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I have about one to two hundred PC’s I need to delate 2 network adapters on.
I can’t use PowerShell because some are XP and server 2003 that may not have PowerShell enabled.

It is the Teredo Tunneling Adapter and the Microsoft ISATAP adapter.  

I was sure I could do this in the command line so I could do a batch file to just run on each using netsh but if so I can’t get the syntax.

Can anyone lend any advice on how I can accomplish this with batch?

Thanks!
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Maybe use devcon.exe
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by:SLPowers
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Thanks for the suggestion but that would require a install.  I have been told powershell should work on xp and 2003 so i think i will look into that.
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It would not require an install. It is a free command line tool by microsoft (a single executable) and can b put on a network share and called from there.
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McKnife you are a genius.  Worked GREAT!

Thank you!
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You're welcome
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