GetBestInterfaceEx frontend

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Is there a built in tool that uses the function GetBestInterfaceEx to show which interface will be used to connect to a specific IP address? I'd like to use that to diagnose VPN connections and it would be nice if I didn't have to require users to download an application I wrote myself or have to look through the whole routing table (sometimes I'm not sure which route will be taken by looking just at the routing table).

Something like netsh commands, but "show route destination=1.2.3.4" would be nice.

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