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How to run an ipconfig /all command?

For Windows XP Users:
There’s no need to select Run as Administrator, all you need to do is Click on Start and then Run and type cmd in the Open box and press enter.

For Windows Vista and Windows 7 Users:
Click on the Windows Start button and type cmd, right click cmd on the top and select Run Administrator.

A message will pop ‘Do you want to allow the following program to make changes in your computer?’, Answer YES.

For Windows 8 & Windows 10 Users:
Windows 8:
From your desktop move the cursor to top right hand corner and the Start Menu will appear then click on Search....
In the Search box type cmd and click on Command Prompt from the list of Apps.
Windows 10:
Right click on the windows icon - bottom left and choose
"Command Prompt (Admin)"
or....Click on Windows Key + X to open the Start Menu, then select "Command Prompt (Admin)"

From the Command Prompt (black) screen, type ipconfig /all press enter. You will now see the results or output.

Note: You may also use any of these valid renditions:
ipconfig -all

To post the output in a Forum or Notepad, right click on the Command Prompt Window and choose Select All, then press Enter, open up Notepad or go to your Post from the Forum right click on it and choose Paste.

If you would like a text file output. From the command prompt (black screen), Copy and Paste these
ipconfig /all >c:\ipconfig.txt then press enter.
You will find the output in your Local Disk 'C'.

To output directly to notepad please use
ipconfig /all > network.txt & network.txt
then press enter.
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