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Old 24 August 2010, 14:33   #48
Olaf Barthel
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Originally Posted by ppill View Post
You can define dos commands (via tooltypes or in a global prefs file) that are run before WHDLoad starts and when it exits. So something like IPUp and IPDown would do the trick.
There's a shell command for that, called "ConfigureNetInterface". It also allows you to change network interface parameters such as IPv4 addresses or the DHCP status at runtime.

I assume you can signal Roadshow to quit via cli?
Yes, there is a command for that, too. It's called "NetShutdown", and it will attempt to cleanly shut down the network interfaces, and clients. You can test in a script file whether it has succeeded, and you can tell it how long to wait for the network to be shut down.
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