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ShadowPhoenix

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A while back I had read in this forum how to get the command prompt to export the ipconfig results out to a text file. What command is it that needs to be written after ipconfig?
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>>

Those two carrot symbols take any command in DOS and output the results into a file you specify.

syntax: ipconfig >> c:\folder\file.txt

If you specify a location with spaces, make sure you rap the whole thing in quotes. :whistling:
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Thanks alot!
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