The "netsh command failed" error code happens when the netsh command is unable to connect to the server. This can happen for a number of reasons, including incorrect settings or a problem with the server itself. In most cases, this error can be resolved by simply retrying the command. If the problem persists, it may be necessary to check the server's settings or contact the server administrator.
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- netsh command failed: returned error code 1
- netsh command failed
1. Run the command prompt as an administrator
To run the command prompt as an administrator, you must first open the Start menu and search for "cmd". Once you have located the command prompt, you can double-click on it to open it. Once the command prompt is open, you must type "netsh" and press the Enter key. This will launch the netsh command prompt. Next, you must type "cmd" and press the Enter key again. This will open the elevated command prompt. Finally, you can type "netsh" and press the Enter key one final time to run the netsh command.
2. Use the correct syntax for the Netsh command
The syntax to use to fix a netsh command that has failed is as follows: netsh interface ip reset This will reset the interface and hopefully fix the issue.
3. Check the spelling of the command
There are a few steps you can take to try and determine the cause of a netsh command fail. The first step is to try and determine what the command is trying to do. You can do this by typing the command and then looking for any error messages that may appear. If you are not sure what the command is supposed to do, you can try to find a description of it online. If you still cannot determine the command, you can try to run it in a different command prompt window. If the command still fails, you may need to contact your network administrator for assistance.
4. Use the correct case for the command
To fix netsh command failed error, you need to first verify the error message. Then, you need to determine the correct case for the command. Finally, you need to type the correct command into the command prompt.
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- Ensure that you are using an administrator command prompt
- Check for any typographical errors
- Use the correct path for the command
- Check the environment variables
- Use the correct version of the command
- Check for any updates for the command