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How-to determine if network is "Local Only" or "Local and Internet"

I'd like to programmaticall y be able to determine if a network
interface is currently in "Local Only" or "Local and Internet" access
mode. Also I wasn't sure if this is only applicable to Windows
Vista? If not possible in C#, maybe netsh can do it?
Jan 19 '08 #1
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I'd like to programmaticall y be able to determine if a network
interface is currently in "Local Only" or "Local and Internet" access
mode. *
If u can see it in ipconfig/all (in Vista? , I dont see anything in
XP) then thats new... dont get that Access mode...
brute: ping www.google.com and if it answers - yes ;) unless you work
Jan 22 '08 #2

I unfortunately T/S with an hp rep and she walked me through some changes. I
know this isn't the correct subject but I need help. I need to get my
network access back to local only. It is set to local and internet, does
anyone know how I can change this?
Jan 23 '08 #3

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