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Windows 2008 IPv6

chima asked
Last Modified: 2015-03-31
I googled for a method to determine whether Windows 2008 is configured with IPv6.  What I found in the Control Panel/Network Connections did not show me what I have.  With the command line; ipconfig it only shows IPv4, yet I read that Win 2008 automatically configures it with IPv6.
Will route PRINT -6 give me this information?  I do not want to force it to use IPv6 by using "route -6"  The server is not mine.
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