[windows2000] remotely get network settings on Win2k machines

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  • Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2003 10:56:17 -0500

I've been tasked with getting some network settings off a sample of machines 
across a statewide WAN. The machines are all win2k, set up with static IP 
addresses in an NT4 domain. There's about 30 that I have to get. The main thing 
I'm looking for is what the default gateway setting is for each box (I already 
have the IP addresses). This is on a client's network, so I don't really have 
access to every resource. 

Is there a command line method that I might be able to do this? I can't think 
of anything other than ipconfig, but I can't seem to find any switches that 
would allow for remote polling. 

or am I out of luck and will have to call each one of these users and walk them 
thru it?


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