We can do this, it's just a matter of how.
Since we presume that you're using DHCP, the IP address will change depending on when systems are shutdown and restarted - so you won't have a static list to work from.
The easiest way to see this info is by using Windows Explorer. (Start...Run...type in "explorer.exe" (without the quotes) and press Enter).
Ensure that the Folder bar is visible on the left side of the window. If not, go to the View menu, select Explorer Bar, then click on Folders.
**This will be a bit vague since my XP isn't connected to a network**
In the Folder bar, left click once on the + sign to the left of My Network Places.
Then click on the + sign next to Entire Network
Then click on the + sign next to Microsoft Windows Network
Then click on the + sign next to the name of your network.
The computer names should be displayed in the right hand pane (you may have to adjust the view to "Detail" to see all of this). Also displayed should be the information that you can add for this. I'm unsure if the IP addresses will be displayed, but I'm sure that you can right click on them and get the IP somewhere in Properties.
This is done from memory of the last 2 networks that I did this on. One was XP SP1 and the other was Windows NT - so I don't thing that it has changed much.
EDIT: Right clicking on the bar with the Name and Comments will let you see what columns are available.
Edited by usasma, 04 April 2007 - 02:08 PM.
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