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is there any api call/registry key that tells me which dns server windows is currently using?

or a way to get details about a network adapter? (like connected or not...)

google let me down on this :whistle:

thanks


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is there any api call/registry key that tells me which dns server windows is currently using?

or a way to get details about a network adapter? (like connected or not...)

google let me down on this :whistle:

thanks

Try this

RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters", "DhcpNameServer")

The above will give you all you DNS Servers separated by space.


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is there any api call/registry key that tells me which dns server windows is currently using?

or a way to get details about a network adapter? (like connected or not...)

google let me down on this :whistle:

thanks

WMI and the class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration will give you all you need. Search the forum...

Cheers

Kurt


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