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I need to add about 150 IP addresses to a windows server. Is there a script

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I need to add about 150 IP addresses to a windows server. Is there a script
that will do this instead of enter it manually?
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http://www.windowsadminscripts.com/coding/networking/addips/
note the script deletes all existing IPs first.
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what did you mean to "add ip address to server"?
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