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Hi,  is there a command to see what MAC address on the users PC

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Go to cmd and type in command:

getmac
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ipconfig /all
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What OS?
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Among the information that
ipconfig /all
shows is the MAC address for each installed network adapter.
Pseudo adapters will have the address 00:00:00:00:00:00

To find the MAC addresses of other computers/devices on your LAN, run
arp -a
If a computer/device doesn't show up in that list, ping it then run arp -a again.
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