Vista disable connections remotely and connections wireless of msdos commands

On Windows Vista, how can use you the msdos commands to disable remote and wireless connections.  He is a person unfamiliar with computers.

Hi DarnellFelton,

·         Why do you use msdos commands to disable remote and wireless connections?

·         Are you facing problems with remote and wireless connections?

The command prompt entries that are available for (mstsc) remote desktop can be found here:

Use parameters in command line with remote desktop connection

You can use NetSH WLAN to change wireless connections:

Netsh commands for Local wireless network (WLAN in Windows Server 2008) (v = WS.10) .aspx

Hope this information is useful.

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