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where is change adapter settings

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I added ips in godaddy.com website (not control panel: I do not have a windows server 2008 control panel)

http://support.godaddy.com/help/article/1478/adding-ip-addresses-to-your-windows-server-traditional


I am using windows server 2008 godaddy no control panel (so no support)

At the end of the tutorial will netstat -an, ipconfig -all display the new ip addresses that have been added successfully.




I can not find step4 windows server 2008
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its the manage network connections on the left
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netstat -an
ipconfig -all
 from a command prompt (cmd.exe)
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I found adapter settings and completed tutorial
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