If you are attempting to obtain IP configuration information for your Windows Server 2003 server, you may do so by running the following command at a command prompt: ipconfig /all | more. The "| more" will cause the output to pause, so that you can read it and require you to press a key to display additional information. You can also direct this information to a text file by modifying the command to: ipconfig /all > filename.txt. Then you can open the text file and read the information that way.
You might also consider using something like Bginfo to display IP, as well as other system information on the desktop. For more information, see <a href="http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897557.aspx">Bginfo</a>.
It is not clear exactly what you are asking, so if this does not help, please feel free to clarify your inquiry and I, or someone else in the community will be glad to help.
You can also right-click on the NIC, select Status and then the Support tab. This will show the IP address on the interface.
Last Wiki Answer Submitted: September 8, 2008 12:22 pm by Wrobinson5,610 pts.