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    winipcfg on win95,win98

    Hello,

    Anyone know how I can store/write the "winipcfg" output to a text file in win98,win95.

    Troy

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    You are trying to save the info that shows up? Besides writing it down the only thing I can think of is to hit the "Prt Scr" key, open up Paint ,Under "Edit" paste it. Then save it or print it. Maybe someone else has a better idea. That will take a pic of your desktop. As far as text file , I've no ideas.

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    perhaps you could run ipconfig from the command prompt and copy the output there, then add it to a text file.
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    From a Command Prompt;

    "winipcfg >c:\winipcfg.txt"

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    start /w winipcfg -all -batch
    move /y winipcfg.out pick-your-own-filename
    Tried this in W2K but could not get it to work. Might work in 95 or 98 though.
    From google

    more indepth but should work.
    http://groups.google.com/groups?q=wi...ncis.de&rnum=2

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    Evilrick's way works.

    YOu can even add the -all switch to get all the info.

    winipcfg -all >c:\filename.txt

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    Ok, I got it. The only way I could get it to work was like this;

    winipcfg /all /batch

    Creates a text file called "winipcfg.out"

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