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What is the correct powershell command?

This is using MS Windows Server 2012 R2. I want to run a powershell command in task scheduler, so I do a testing in the command prompt. My server has 4 NICs, namely, Embedded LOM 1 port 1/2/3/4. I intend to restart nic 2 (embedded lom 1 port 2), so i tried the commands as follows:

       powershell -command {get-netadapter}        WORKED
       powershell -command {restart-netadapter -name embedded lom 1 port 2}          FAILED
       powershell -command {restart-netadapter -name "embedded lom 1 port 2"}       FAILED
       powershell -command &{restart-netadapter -name embedded lom 1 port 2}       FAILED
       powershell -command "& {restart-netadapter -name embedded lom 1 port 2}     FAILED
       powershell -command "& {restart-netadapter -name "embedded lom 1 port 2"}   FAILED

What is the correct command?
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MichaelBalack
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oBdACommented:
powershell.exe -command "Restart-NetAdapter -Name 'Embedded LOM 1 Port 2'"

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MichaelBalackAuthor Commented:
Thanks for expert-oBdA, this command works like a charm.
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