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Find IP addresses?

In a Windows NT 4.0 LAN, how can I find out the IP addresses of all the computers, in a case where a user has logged...

in with my Windows NT LAN user ID?


OR

If I know the Windows NT login ID of a LAN user, how can I find out on which machine (IP address) he has logged in? Are there any utilities tools available for this? I am not the LAN administrator.


If the NT Server is also a DHCP server, you can view which IP addresses have been used on the server itself. If you don't use DHCP, you need to go to each workstation and run the command prompt "IPCONFIG" to see the IP address of each machine.
This was first published in January 2002
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