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1 Find the MAC address in the command prompt, you can use **getmac /v** or **ipconfig /all**.
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3 For more information about MAC address see guides in czech language.
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6 **Command Prompt cmd and getmac /v**
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8 1. Click on **Start **button and choose **All apps**.
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11 1. Find app **Search**, type command **cmd**. Then click on **Command Prompt** (you can also press WinKey+R and enter command cmd).
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15 1. Then type **getmac /v** and press **Enter**.
16 Find your **Ethernet adapter**, locate column **Physical Address** and MAC address (group of letters A - F and numbers 0 - 9).
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20 **Command Prompt cmd and ipconfig /all**
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22 1. Type **ipconfig /all** and press **Enter**.
23 Find your **Ethernet adapter Ethernet**, locate row **Physical Address** and MAC address (group of letters A - F and numbers 0 - 9).
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