2 Copy and paste the netsh interface show interface command into the elevated command prompt, and press Enter. Make note of the Interface Name (ex: "Wi-Fi") for the network adapter you want to rename. (see screenshot below)
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In my experience, the best way to get help is from Netsh context help. To run a netsh command, you must start netsh from the Cmd.exe prompt and change to the context that contains the command you want to use. In our case, the context is Interface. G:\>netsh. netsh>interface.
netsh store=persistent resets on reboot May 28, 2015 How to force an IP-HTTPS connection on a DirectAccess netsh interface teredo set state default. Once executed, your Teredo interface will again be active and things will be as they were before. If you like this, check out some other posts from Tyson: [SOLVED] Powershell: Get Interface Alias from netsh