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Finding Network Connections In Vista

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Quickly Open Network Connections List in Windows Vista

One of the biggest mysteries in Windows Vista, is that you can’t immediately open the Network Connections list to see the list of adapters, like you could in XP.

In Windows XP, you could right-click any network connection and select “Open Network Connectionsâ€, but now in Windows Vista, the only option you have is to open the Network and Sharing Center using the same right-click menu.

If you want to immediately open the connection list, just type ncpa.cpl into the Start menu search box:

And up pops the network connection list just like remember.

You can also create a shortcut on your desktop to the full file path if you want even easier access.

To make a system shortcut, use C:\windows\system32\ncpa.cpl as the location of the shortcut.

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