Has anyone come across a vbscript to turn of the QoS Packet Scheduler?  I'm sorry in advance if this is being posted in the wrong forums. :)

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Uninstall:
C:\TempDir\snetcfg.exe -v -u ms_psched >>C:\TempDir\QoSUninstall.log

Install:
C:\TempDir\snetcfg.exe -v -l "C:\Windows\inf\netpschd.inf" -c s -i ms_psched >>C:\TempDir\QoSInstall.log


Download snetcfg from http://www.jsifaq.com/docs/files/76011/snetcfg.zip
Regards,
Al


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Answered 03/27/2007 by: AB
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Switches:

snetcfg [-v] [-l <full-path-to-component-INF>] -c <p|s|c> -i <comp-id>
    where,
    -l provides the location of INF
    -c provides the class of the component to be installed
      p == Protocol, s == Service, c == Client
    -i provides the component ID

    The arguments must be passed in the order shown.

    Examples:
    snetcfg -l c:\oemdir\foo.inf -c p -i foo
    ...installs protocol 'foo' using c:\oemdir\foo.inf

    snetcfg -c s -i MS_Server
    ...installs service 'MS_Server'

OR

snetcfg [-v] -q <comp-id>
    Example:
    snetcfg -q MS_IPX
    ...displays if component 'MS_IPX' is installed

OR

snetcfg [-v] -u <comp-id>
    Example:
    snetcfg -u MS_IPX
    ...uninstalls component 'MS_IPX'

OR

snetcfg [-v] -s <a|n>
    where,
    -s provides the type of components to show
      a == adapters, n == net components
    Examples:
    snetcfg -s n
    ...shows all installed net components

OR

snetcfg [-v] -b <comp-id>
    Examples:
    snetcfg -b ms_tcpip
    ...shows binding paths containing 'ms_tcpip'

General Notes:
  -v   turns on the verbose mode
  -?   Displays this help

Found this - but I think this is just the /? help stuff...
Regards,
Al

Answered 03/27/2007 by: AB
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I don't know whether Al's method described earlier would require a reboot to take effect but it's worth noting that you can always use the devcon utility to restart the NIC driver (and avoid the need to reboot) should that be the case.

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Spartacus

Answered 03/27/2007 by: spartacus
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OMG that joke was so bad.

Answered 03/27/2007 by: fuz_kitten
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Thanks :)
There is one worse than that but it currently escapes me...
Now where's my thinking cap?
"Turn the current on..."
Al

Answered 03/27/2007 by: AB
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