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    TCP Optimizer run via cmd line

    This has probably been answered, but my Google-fu is failing me.

    is there a way to run the TCP Optimizer via a command line without user interaction. For example, if I wanted to run this as a script against a machine, what command lines could I use to tell the TCPO to optimize the nics? Is this possible?

    I'm working on systems with dual nics that I'm teaming. I'd like to optimize them if I can automatically using my config scripts. Not sure if it's possible, but I thought I would give it a try.

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    While this is possible, it would require some work on your part.

    First step is to choose "Optimal" or whatever custom settings you want in the Optimizer, and click "Apply changes" button.

    Next, look at each line in the changes preview page
    hen you know your optimal settings. You would have to duplicate each of those lines in your batch file/script. The ones that are PowerShell or netsh commands can be copied directly. The Registry changes would have to be modified.

    The syntax for adding/replacing keys in the Registry is something like:

    reg add "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\ServiceProvider" /v LocalPriority /t REG_DWORD /d 4 /f
    You can see the syntax of the command here:

    You would want to add the values from the "New Value" column in that Optimizer page to the Registry.

    I hope this helps
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