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List all network computers by both name and ip?

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I have incomplete code, help...

 DirectoryEntry root = new DirectoryEntry("WinNT:");
            foreach (System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry dDom in root.Children)
            {
                foreach (System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry dPC in dDom.Children)
                {
                    listBox1.Items.Add(dDom.Name + "/" + dPC.Name);
                }
            }        
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Nice but, List all network computers by both name and ip?

I cannot locate any code on the Internet that lists all network computer by IP address.
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No worries, that code returns all the names, you can resolve the IP address using the machine name using Dns.Resolve

IPHostEntry hostInfo = Dns.Resolve(hostString);

IPAddress[] address = hostInfo.AddressList;

Hoststring is the machine name

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.net.dns.resolve(VS.71).aspx
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