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How to get all network adapter information for domain workstations?

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I'm looking for a way to get all network adapter information via powershell or a free 3rd party utility.  Anyone have any suggestions?
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by:Joshua Grantom
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what information are you wanting?
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by:Stampel
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You can list all adapters from command line using :
netsh interface ipv4 show interfaces
netsh interface ipv4 show ipaddresses
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If you prefer you can use powershell Get-NetAdapter cmdlet that will return name, interface description, index number, and status of all the network adapters present on your system.
Look there : http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2014/01/12/weekend-scripter-use-powershell-to-identify-network-adapter-characteristics.aspx
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Get-NetAdapter only works in Server 2012 or Windows 8. Depending on what info you are needing I can give you a script.
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by:collages
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I should have been clearer.

I'm looking to generate a report of all workstations on the domain and their assigned IPv4 addresses, default gateways, and DNS entries.
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In Powershell you can list all workstations in the domain with this script.
Dont forget to install windows component for AD module import

# List All Servers and Desktop in AD
Import-Module ActiveDirectory
Get-ADComputer -filter * -properties OperatingSystem,IPv4Address | Select Name,OperatingSystem,IPv4Address | Export-CSV C:\ServersAndDesktops.csv -nti
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