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Enable or Disable Client For Microsoft Networks and other Lan Settings using script

Yesterday I was searching the web for a script that would disable the client for Microsoft networks and some other protocols.
I could not find it in the first 10 pages of my search on Google.
Finally I found a great solution that i would like to share with you, and tag my post well so anyone can find it more quickly than I did 🙂

I found the application nvspbind that I could use to disable or enable the following stuff:

  • Broadcom Advanced Server Program Driver
  • Brocade 10G Ethernet Service
  • Intel(R) Advanced Network Services Protocol
  • Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver
  • Client for Microsoft Networks
  • NetBIOS Interface
  • WINS Client(TCP/IP) Protocol
  • QoS Packet Scheduler
  • Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder
  • File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
  • Microsoft NetbiosSmb
  • Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  • Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)
  • Microsoft Virtual Network Switch Protocol

I’ve put them all together in a batch script:

REM Configure Network Settings

set lan="LAN Verbinding"

REM brcm_blfp (Broadcom Advanced Server Program Driver)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" brcm_blfp

REM bnad_imp (Brocade 10G Ethernet Service)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" bnad_imp

REM iansprotocol (Intel(R) Advanced Network Services Protocol)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" iansprotocol

REM ms_lltdio (Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_lltdio

REM ms_msclient (Client for Microsoft Networks)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_msclient

REM ms_netbios (NetBIOS Interface)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_netbios

REM ms_netbt (WINS Client(TCP/IP) Protocol)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_netbt

REM ms_pacer (QoS Packet Scheduler)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_pacer

REM ms_rspndr (Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_rspndr

REM ms_server (File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_server

REM ms_smb (Microsoft NetbiosSmb)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" NetbiosSmb

REM ms_tcpip (Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4))
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_tcpip

REM ms_tcpip6 (Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6))
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" ms_tcpip6

REM vms_pp (Microsoft Virtual Network Switch Protocol)
"%~DP0nvspbind.exe" /d "%lan%" vms_pp

That’s it!