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command prompt users

command prompt users

command prompt users

(OP)
I hunting for a command prompt command that will match my networks users up with their IP address.
something like net user, but I could run it on my DHCP server from my work station
any ideas?
maybe net user is it, but I'm fuddling up the syntax.
I'm tried finger too and can't seem to get it to work.

RE: command prompt users

I'm not completely sure what you want to do. You you want to list them all at once or one at a time? (like nslookup)

Do you want to know hwo has a DHCP assigned address and their host name?

RE: command prompt users

(OP)
I'd like to pull up who has what IP address.
an address to matching a user (computer name).
I know the connection exists, for example i can net send a computer name or an IP address.
in a perfect world, i would enter an command with an ip and get a computer name or get a list of current ips and the computer that is currently assinged to that IP

RE: command prompt users

Maybe some scripting that dumps a text file of your DHCP database is the answer?

something like  wschull wants to do?

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