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Robert Tracy

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Two machines:

Windows XP and XP Pro.

I click Start>Run and type in "command". Then "winipcfg" and enter.

On both machines I get 'WINIPCFG' is not recognezed as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

I'm curious only because I've had this wired network for years, and just noticed this. And because I cannot "see" the XP Pro machine from the XP machine, but can see the XP from the XP Pro.

I fear I haven't supplied enough information. That's because I don't know what other information would be required. Please tell me.

Thanks for any attention to this, if this is recognized as an important issue or problem
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winipcfg is an old command (95 i think)....

type ipconfig /all and you'll get a result
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