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  1. #11
    Master-Jedi-Pimps0r & Moderator thehorse13's Avatar
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    Dec 2002
    Washington D.C. area
    Yes, GREP is not a valid command on Windoze boxes, although you can get Agrep, the windows port of the venerable grep tool for *nix.
    Our scars have the power to remind us that our past was real. -- Hannibal Lecter.
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  2. #12
    Senior Member
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    Mar 2004

    Hey, Y'all dumbasses realize that the MAC addy is clearly shown in the connection properties dialog...
    Sure, for the NIC installed on the local computer. And you can go to the next box and retrieve the info the same way. It's all fine and dandy if ya wanna do it that way, but heck, why not teach someone the functionality of the CLI. So you've added your two cents to the bit bucket and at the same time told us to put a lid on useful information...

    ...by accessing the functionality of the CLI, you can monitor events...see, someone reading this, might figure that its convenient not having to physically go to a client or whatever to retrieve a ****ing MAC address!!! Some folks are trying to network...

  3. #13
    AO French Antique News Whore
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    Aug 2001
    11 post made in this thread... Sadly, the only first 2 two were good ; the question and the correct SIMPLE answer!

    Welcome to AO, where a simple answer get 5-6 differents answer for every OS living on the planet!!
    -Simon \"SDK\"

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    hee hee thanks for the replys guys/girls. I should probably get back to setting up the network but i have such a short attention span....ooooh shiny thing...

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