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SYSINTERNALS: Using WMI with BGINFO to display only active IP Address

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More videos like this on http://www.theurbanpenguin.com : BGINFO from sysinternals, now owned by MS, is a great tool for displaying information on the users desktop such as their IP Address and host name. However if you have additional adaptors that do not have and IP Enabled then BGINFO will dispay the setting as "none". This is confusing for the end user and untidy. Using a WMI Query we can correct the issue and show the Address only where IP is enabled.
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Ridwan Taslim (4 months ago)
I wonder if the guy still alive...
Ridwan Taslim (4 months ago)
How to hide the Mac address
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Faizan Khot (2 years ago)
why your ip address showing like fe80::3dc7.... how can i Display IP like plz rply.
hellswing02 (1 year ago)
Disable IPV6 on your network card :)
Vladimir Sipin (3 years ago)
Jason Kidwell (3 years ago)
So, is there a way to remove the IPV6 addresses?
pow1983 (5 years ago)
Thanks! For some reason my XP decided no longer to display IP Addresses, oddly mine displayed nothing as opposed to (none) like yours. Annoying that BGInfo lacks a fix, but now its part of Microsoft this application will be left in the dungeon for decades.
Peter (6 years ago)
oh wow. i'm a freaking idiot. i was like "why is he asking me about ipv6". i should've looked a tad closer than just a glance. my bad man -- thx :) just noticed there is no MAC there --- duhhhh /headsmack
Peter (6 years ago)
@theurbanpenguin ya that's what i'm wanting - ip addy only.
Peter (6 years ago)
how do you truncate the output of the new wmi field so it does NOT include the MAC?
Peter (6 years ago)
sysinternals > *

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