Originally Posted by Olaf Barthel
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.
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.
What would be the best way to check whether Roadshow is running? 'version bsdsocket.library'?