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This tool takes an application request submitted through the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Application Catalog and transforms it into a System Center 2012 - Service Manager service request, allowing flexible approval lists and activities.

So, what important netsh commands should you know about? You can get a lot of the basics from existing commands you already know like: C:\Users\Ed Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix .

: Intel(R) PRO/1000 PL Network Connection Physical Address.

Alternately, as an example output if you had an IPv6 DNS server statically entered (like with the gogo Client) it would show: From the above information I can determine that I am getting my IPv6 address via SLAAC, no DHCPv6 is running and I am getting an RA from the router and it is providing me with a default gateway that is using its link local address and not it's global unicast prefix address, which is the default behavior expected.

Life Address --------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ------------------------ Temporary Preferred 3m16s 3m16s 2001:db8:7:b9:cf5b:e4d92 Public Preferred 3m16s 3m16s 2001:db8:7:7:b9f7:e2d0f Other Preferred infinite infinite fe80::b9f7:e2d0f netsh interface ipv6 show address 11 Address 2001:db8:7:b9:cf5b:e4d92 Parameters --------------------------------------------------------- Interface Luid : Local Area Connection Scope Id : 0.0 Valid Lifetime : 4m18s Preferred Lifetime : 4m18s DAD State : Preferred Address Type : Temporary Address 2001:db8:7:7:b9f7:e2d0f Parameters --------------------------------------------------------- Interface Luid : Local Area Connection Scope Id : 0.0 Valid Lifetime : 4m18s Preferred Lifetime : 4m18s DAD State : Preferred Address Type : Public Address fe80::b9f7:e2d0f Parameters --------------------------------------------------------- Interface Luid : Local Area Connection Scope Id : 0.11 Valid Lifetime : infinite Preferred Lifetime : infinite DAD State : Preferred Address Type : Other The next useful show command is to know how things are routing: C:\Users\Ednetsh interface ipv6 show route Publish Type Met Prefix Idx Gateway/Interface Name ------- -------- --- ------------------------ --- ------------------------ No Manual 256 ::/0 11 fe80::2ff:fe88:4bdc No Manual 256 ::1/128 1 Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1 No Manual 8 2001:db8:7:7::/64 11 Local Area Connection No Manual 256 2001:db8:7:b9:cf5b:e4d92/128 11 Local Area Connection No Manual 256 2001:db8:7:7:b9f7:e2d0f/128 11 Local Area Connection No Manual 256 fe80::/64 15 Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface No Manual 256 fe80::/64 11 Local Area Connection netsh interface ipv6 show route verbose Destination Prefix: ::/0 Source Prefix: ::/0 Interface Index: 11 Gateway/Interface Name: fe80::2ff:fe88:4bdc Publish: No Type: Manual Metric: 256 Site Prefix Length 0 Valid Life Time 1755 Preferred Life Time 1755 Destination Prefix: ::1/128 Source Prefix: ::/0 Interface Index: 1 Gateway/Interface Name: Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1 Publish: No Type: Manual Metric: 256 Site Prefix Length 0 Valid Life Time Infinite Preferred Life Time Infinite Destination Prefix: 2001:db8:7:7::/64 Source Prefix: ::/0 Interface Index: 11 Gateway/Interface Name: Local Area Connection Publish: No Type: Manual Metric: 8 Site Prefix Length 0 Valid Life Time 255 Preferred Life Time 255 Destination Prefix: 2001:db8:7:b9:cf5b:e4d92/128 Source Prefix: ::/0 Interface Index: 11 Gateway/Interface Name: Local Area Connection Publish: No Type: Manual Metric: 256 Site Prefix Length 0 Valid Life Time Infinite Preferred Life Time Infinite Destination Prefix: 2001:db8:7:7:b9f7:e2d0f/128 Source Prefix: ::/0 Interface Index: 11 Gateway/Interface Name: Local Area Connection Publish: No Type: Manual Metric: 256 Site Prefix Length 0 Valid Life Time Infinite Preferred Life Time Infinite So in this particular case I am not being provided any IPv6 DNS name servers via DHCPv6 or statically on that interface.

So when the time comes to start turning on IPv6 (Global or ULA) in your network the servers will behave properly.

This allows for supporting native IPv6 in a dual stack configuration in the future without breaking IPv6 completely.

: 2001:db8:7:7:b9f7:e2d0f(Preferred) Temporary IPv6 Address.

: 2001:db8:7:b9:cf5b:e4d92(Preferred) Link-local IPv6 Address .

So, to keep your non-domain joined OS from randomly joining teredo.ipv6.(the default Teredo server entry in the OS) and happily exchanging traffic with others who do the same you can simply turn Teredo off with the following command: C:\Users\Ednetsh interface ipv6 set teredo disable Ok. This will prevent the OS from building out an IPv6 tunnel utilizing ISATAP which would be advertised in DNS.

Furthermore, if Teredo is the only IPv6 available the OS will NOT send AAAA queries in DNS by default - a good default protection behavior as it is unlikely the Teredo server you are connecting to is also a Teredo relay server which will forward traffic to the bigger IPv6 Internet on your behalf.

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