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My DHCP server renews all IP addresses often, and I'm trying to figure out how to run winipconfig:renew all from the command line. I haven't been able to find anything on this. Any ideas?
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winipcfg /renew_all
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This is taken from : http://www.hildrum.com/winipcfg.htm

Here is some command line switches:

/All display detailed information - you get a button you can click without using this.

/Batch [file] write to file or /winifcfg.out

/Renew_all Renew all adapters

/Release_all Release all Adapters

/renew N Renew adapter N

/release N Release Adapter N

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