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Disabling QoS Packet Scheduler in Windows Server 2008 via script / command line

Super User Asked by John Ryann on October 20, 2020

Currently you can enable/disable “QoS Packet Scheduler” using Windows GUI.

Right-click on the NIC, Properties.

Is there a way to do this from a command line ? or scripting ? I have many windows server 2008 and would like to be able to enable/disable this feature easily using a script or command line.

One Answer

You can do it with nvspbind. To disable "QoS Packet Scheduler" on given network connection use:

nvspbind /d "network connection name" ms_pacer

To enable, replace /d with /e.

Answered by MBu on October 20, 2020

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