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czweb
03-03-2006, 03:20 PM
????????????

rdg
03-03-2006, 06:17 PM
If I read the documentation right:
If there is a server or manager on your computer you can get the MAC-Address of the computer using Interface: NetRender
There is a property .mac that gives you the MAC-Address.
(cant test, because no backburner installed :()

// Edit
installed backburner, one server connected to manager on same machine:
m = netrender.getmanager()
m.connect #manual "medikalesha" <-- insert machine name here
s = m.getservers filter:#idle
srv = s[1]
sHandle = srv.netstatus.mac
format "MAC: %\n" sHandle
// Edit

If there is no server or manager, you might try getting MAX using a activeX controll ?

Georg

czweb
03-04-2006, 02:15 PM
thanks,

If can directly obtain this machine the mac and then liked

virtualmesh
03-04-2006, 08:18 PM
simple, go to Start-Run within windows and type cmd on the machine you are curious to find it's MAC address.

that will open up a command prompt window and just type ipconfig /all

you will get a bunch if details about the network interface's internal addresses, look for the Physical Address, which is your ethernet's MAC address.

czweb
03-05-2006, 03:54 AM
simple, go to Start-Run within windows and type cmd on the machine you are curious to find it's MAC address.

that will open up a command prompt window and just type ipconfig /all

you will get a bunch if details about the network interface's internal addresses, look for the Physical Address, which is your ethernet's MAC address.

thanks again
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but haven't thought good use what way of thinking with the method

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