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How  to RDP to a machine that responds to a ping only with an ipv6 address.

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I am remote and need to rdp to a machine from another machine on the same network .This is an SBS network and the server is reporting no dns entry for it .  When I ping the name I am receiving a response that looks like the attached .  So I can think I can rdp to the server and then to the computer (windows 7 ) using ipv6 I hope . Please tell me what I can use in RDP to get to this machine ? Please include syntax.
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Question by:Andre P
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have you tried ping machinename -4    << returns ipv4 address
mstc machinename
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Perfect !
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