Does anyone know the function and origin of the wireless profile, bungle4? I've been cleaning up my numerous vbScript files and when I tidied, then tested Metered.vbs, it produced the following: D:\>metered Profiles on interface Wi-Fi: All User Profile : bungle4 All User Profile : mynet Metered.vbs is a script I wrote that runs netsh to enable/disable the metered connection status on my wireless so that Windows Update will (hopefully) not download massive updates when I am at the cottage on a connection with a small data cap. When run without parameters it just lists the wireless profiles. I was …

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I am trying to change a computer's IP address from inside a VB project using netsh. I can get the cmd prompt to open but it doesn't pass the arguments. Any thoughts? Thanks Private Sub BtnTest_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles BtnTest.Click Dim IPmsg As String Dim NetshArgs As String ' Dim LAC As String = "Local Area Connection" NetshArgs = "netsh interface ip set address name=Local Area Connection static (IPmsg)" IPmsg = Microsoft.VisualBasic.InputBox("Enter IP information", "Enter IP subnet and gateway with a sigle space between each.", "", 500, 700) Process.Start("cmd.exe", NetshArgs) End Sub

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Hi, I am behind a SQUID proxy.I need to set proxy settings for cmd.I'm using win7 so proxycfg cannot be used.I used netsh like this: netsh winhttp import proxy source=ie Internet explorer had my proxy settings already.Now the problem my proxy requires username/password authentication.I do not know how to set the username and password in command prompt.Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Prasanna.

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