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[archive] Obtaining network info in Windows

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 19 August 2005]

From time to time, there has been requests for how to get the ip address, how to get mac address etc.
Here is an example that provide all the information there is about network adapters on your system.

Just compile and run, no switches, no bells and whistles.

It will display a message box with info for each of the network adapters (hardware as software) that are present on the system.

This has been tested and works like a champ with 7.0.0, no warrants for former versions (or later for that matter).
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RE: [archive] Obtaining network info in Windows

Cool !

It is always useful.

Thanks a lot, Gisle.
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RE: [archive] Obtaining network info in Windows

Thank you.

If you come up with some great ideas based on this, please share it with the rest of us in the forum.
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