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This is likely a simple question.  My network server is telling me that there is an IP conflict with another computer.  All computers have a static IP address, so how do I find which other computer?
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Get Advanced IP Scanner from Famatech. Install, run, and scan your subnet.

http://www.advanced-ip-scanner.com/

The day of static IP for workstations passed by some decades ago. Try using DHCP - it works better.
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try an
arp -a

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to see which IP addresses are there. You should also have a message with the conflicting IP address in your system's log.
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