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netsh int ip reset

Posted on 2011-03-01
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I used RDP to a remote computer (W2k3)
I have run
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
then rebooted the computer--- but the computer never came back up.
Now if I take a trip to the location where the computer is located then physically login to the console, would the IP address /subnet mask/ default gateway configuration still be there?
I know the IP address and hostname since they are in DNS and they show up when I ping the computer, but if I will have to re-configure the subnet mask or specially the default Gateway I will have no idea what was the previous DG?

Any idea on this?

Thanks


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Krzysztof Pytko earned 250 total points
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Check any other computer in that location :) Run on it in command-line

ipconfig /all

and you will fing subnet mask, default gateway and DNS servers list :)

That's for staically configured machine. If you have DHCP, then it should pull IP lease automatically from DHCP server.

Regards,
Krzysztof
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look in the text file c:\resetlog.txt
that you piped the result to, this will contain the olde values  and if it was unable to change the existing values to tehse again.



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thanks
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You're welcome :)
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