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how to find computers ip list in my server

hi guys i was wondering how do i find all the ip of computer that are part of my network in my server 2003  how doi that
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supportsCommented:
u can check the ip addresses from the DNS ... Expand forward lookup zone and check ur domain.

It will give u a list of all clients and their IP addresses
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SysExpertCommented:
If you have DHCP running, you can also check there.

In addition pingplotter and similat utils can ping an entire subnet and tell you which IP's are in use.


I hope this helps !
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martyphillipsCommented:
start / run
type "cmd"
type "arp -a"
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martyphillipsCommented:
Another great free utility is called look@lan.  You can download it here - http://www.lookatlan.com/
It will scan your network and show ip addresses and more.  It's great.
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smurfdesignAuthor Commented:
thank you for the help
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smurfdesignAuthor Commented:
thank you for taking your time to answer my question
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