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Registry key for NIC's speed and duplex

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Does anyone know the registry key that holds the NIC's speed and duplex? The reason I ask is this: this used to be a Novell shop and it didn't play very nicely with auto detecting. Now, they are off of Novell and would like to get that value reset. Problem is, they've got 260 employees.
I'd like to create a registry file that we'd throw on all PC's to automatically change the speed and duplex without having to send techs around to touch each and every PC.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance for any help with this!
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