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When use win98,you can type "winipcfg" in run program to see your ip assigned by your isp. Anybody knows the cmd used in win2000 advance server which has the same function? My dos window seems cannot display persistently,only a flash then dispears.why?
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You should run that from an open "Command Prompt" window so it won't close when finished.
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This is interesting, but has nothing whatsoever to do with Web Services. I'm moving this to "General computing".
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Open a DOS window and type "ipconfig"
 
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