List all Windows 10 computers in Wi-Fi network

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We're a small startup and we just setup a Wi-Fi router for a handful of Windows 10 machines connected to it. How can I use the command line to list all of the computers that are in the Wi-Fi network? Thank you.

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  • Subhendu Sen

    As you asked for command line tool & if understood correctly, open command prompt with admin rights, and try to pass this command like,

    arp -a

    This can help to show all computers name within a network. Another command you can try for wifi network, like,

    netsh wlan show networks

    and press enter key.


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