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Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to document the IP addresses on a server.
How can I use Windows PowerShell to easily go through my server environment and document the IP addresses in use on each machine?
We can do this with a wee bit o' magic from the new Get-NetIPConfiguration cmdlet in Windows Server 2012 R2:
Get-NetIPConfiguration | Select-object InterfaceDescription -ExpandProperty AllIPAddresses
If you'd like to save it in a file, use the Export-CSV cmdlet:
Get-NetIPConfiguration | Select-object InterfaceDescription -ExpandProperty AllIPAddresses | Export-CSV IPConfig.csv
Nice, better than my old school methods!
Great. Needed more lines to achieve this in the past
Grea job. Thanks.