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I have multiple network adapters but only one is actually connected. I thus use @IPAddress1 in my scripts whereas @IPAddress2-4 return 0.0.0.0 But recently I've installed the VirtualBox emulator and it took over @IPAddress1 which means my real connection is now @IPAddress2. Why is that? Is there a way to make AutoIt skip to @IPAddress2 if @IPAddress1 is used by an emulator? In the attached screenshot it's temporarily disabled so I can revive my scripts which all already use @IPAddress1. Update: here's the solution.
Get some collection of information to help user open a ticket at a 'service desk' - User ID: Login Name of User - Model: Model of PC - Service Tag: Service tag or serial number of the PC (Tested on Dell) - Computer Name: Identification of the PC - IP Address: All Network adaptors with IP address If the adaptor if not currently in use, mentions '(Disabled)' after the IP address WLan connection : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx LAN Connection : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (Disabled) Putclip when done ComputerInfo.au3 GreenCan