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Is there a command where I can convert the mac address column of the DHCP lease to txt file or CSV? I am setting up mac filtering on a wireless controller but just want to use copy and paste instead of typing out each MAC address. Maybe a netsh or something?

It is a 2003 server.

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Which platform are you using? – Mark Henderson Aug 7 '09 at 2:44
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On Windows 2003 you can use the netsh command to get information from the dhcp server

@echo off
set server=dhcpsrv1
set scope=192.168.0.0
netsh dhcp server \\%server% dump > %server%.dump.txt
netsh dhcp server \\%server% scope %scope% show clients 1 > %server%.%scope%.txt
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Thanks that worked perfectly – JohnyV Aug 7 '09 at 5:31

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