Which of these command lines would provide the MAC address of a network adapter?
A) ipconfig /all
B) ipconfig /renew
C) ipconfig /verbose
D) ipconfig /mac
E) Is typing at the command line really performance-based?
The answer: A) ipconfig /all
The ipconfig command provides a summary of your configuration details, and the /all option expands the view to include MAC address information, DHCP details, DNS configurations, and much more.
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