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up2late

I am running into an issue shelling out to run netsh.  Can someone help guide me down the correct path?

OS: Windows
Arch: x64

I am finding that the command doesn't execute or is executing the 32bit version which doesn't support the mbn function.  Here is my code snippet:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /C " & '"netsh.exe mbn delete profile interface="Mobile Broadband Connection" name="Verizon Wireless" "', "", @SW_MAXIMIZE) ;Delete Existing Connection

What am I missing?

thanks everyone!

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jchd

Can you try:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /C " & 'netsh.exe mbn delete profile interface="Mobile Broadband Connection" name="Verizon Wireless"', "", @SW_MAXIMIZE) ;Delete Existing Connection

 


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up2late

I had the same issue, it has to do with x64 so you need to specify the x86 netsh path or disable windows auto detect of x64

I think this is is but you would probably put it to false.

#include <WinAPIFiles.au3>
_WinAPI_Wow64EnableWow64FsRedirection(True)

 

That seemed to do the trick.  Thanks!

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