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  1. Posts : 261
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       #21

    Matthew Wai said:
    Is the phrase "weeding them from an array" an idiom? If so, what does it mean?
    Taking one item from a list or matrix. Example just getting DHCP status only,
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       #22

    mikeincousa said:
    just getting DHCP status only,
    It is possible to get specific lines from the output of "ipconfig /all" via a CMD script.
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       #23

    Normally I will agree with you. But the trick in this case is, metaphorically, separating the chaff from the wheat without knowing which is which when one does understand the terms or mission.

    I do access the Internet without any fuss or bother or thought. It just happens.

    Maybe I did not state the mission clearly?

    It is connecting an Ubuntu machine and a Windows Machine.
    There seems to be a serious bug in the instructions. Namely ncpa.cpl does not work properly The command bfings up a config page okay but I cannot access for Ethernet, Right clicking just brings up a status block. I have seen some discussion of this issue in the Internet but the explanations were over my head. That is what started me on this track.

    If I can get that down I want to establish a shared Internet connection on the Ubuntu side. Maybe if I sort how to do this in Windows the Ubuntu issue will take care of the themselves?
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    Hello @mikeincousa,

    mikeincousa said:
    As DHCP status is a critical parameter . . .

    Try this => ipconfig /all | FindSTR /C:"DHCP Server"

    I hope this helps.
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  6. Posts : 261
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       #26

    Is there anything useful here? => Command Prompt (CMD) 8 network commands you should know
    and
    rry this => ipconfig /all | FindSTR /C:"DHCP Server"

    These both look very helpful.
    I need to quit for now . I will try them both later.
    Thanks.
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    Hello @mikeincousa,

    mikeincousa said:
    These both look very helpful.
    I need to quit for now . I will try them both later.
    Thanks.
    You are VERY welcome.
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  8. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #28

    Try the following alternative:

    ipconfig /all|Find "DHCP"

    It will find anything about "DHCP".
    The following line will write the output into "DHCP.txt" on your desktop.

    ipconfig /all|Find "DHCP">"%UserProfile%\Desktop\DHCP.txt"
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  9. KCR
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    Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, Version 20H2 (OS Build 19042.928)
       #29

    Matthew Wai said:
    Try the following alternative:

    ipconfig /all|Find "DHCP"


    Code:
    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> ipconfig /all|Find "DHCP"
    FIND: Parameter format not correct
    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>


    . . . .

    .
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  10. Paul Black's Avatar
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    KCR said:
    Code:
    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> ipconfig /all|Find "DHCP"
    FIND: Parameter format not correct
    . . .

    Works for me!
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