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Remote IPConfig utility?????

Posted on 1998-12-17
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I need to be able to retrieve in the easiest manner possible, all "IPConfig /all" information without sitting down at all the servers in the enterprise.  Is there a utility that will do this w/o requiring VB knowledge?
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Run a scheduled AT or WINAT job on the remote machine to do this.

IPCONFIG /all > c:\ip.txt

Then, just collect the files from the hidden C$ share.
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such as:

AT \\servername 08:00 "ipconfig /all > c:\ip.txt"

Change the time and path to suit you.

Good luck
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Or even:

AT \\servername 08:00 "ipconfig /all > \\Server\share\ip-%computername%.txt"
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