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Hello 

I need to find network location of my running script(which is going to be different every time I run script on another computer)  and put it into variable...

so then I can get the IP of that Network and add it into windows trusted sites like this to prevent security alerts after StartUp 

RegWrite("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Domains\xxxxxxxxxx","xxxxxxxxx","xxxxxxxx")

But I am not sure how to find that locations 🙁 Any Ideas ? 

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>I need to find network location of my running script

please define "network location".

Are you looking for the IP subnet-id and the netmask? If so, you'll get that with ipconfig or netsh interface.

So either run these commands and parse their output or use some code from the following post.
 

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If you need the public network address you could use function: 

_GetIP (Get public IP address of a network/computer)

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