Quote: Originally Posted by acurasd
When you have the Network Folder Open
You will right click under View and list as Detail....
then you will hit "ALT" on your keyboard. Go to "View" then you will "Choose Detail"
there you can choose what is listed.
This does not show IP addresses for XP computers or my router for some reason... the column is blank for them. It does show the Windows Media Player IP address on an XP machine... how can it display the IP for that but not the computer?
I can pull up the IP addresses for all devices connected to my router (including the router's IP) using my Droid's Fing app... why can't Windows 7 do it? If it can, how do we actually do it?
Is there some way to show them over command line?