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IPConfig is a command-line tool used in Windows operating systems to retrieve and display network configuration information. It allows users to view details about their network connections, such as IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server addresses. The tool can be accessed through the Command Prompt or PowerShell by typing 'ipconfig' followed by specific options. It also provides information about the MAC (Media Access Control) address of the connected network adapter and displays the state of the adapter, whether it is enabled or disabled. Additionally, ipconfig can be used to release and renew IP addresses for troubleshooting purposes. The command also displays information about active and inactive network connections, along with statistics like bytes sent and received. Overall, ipconfig is a fundamental command-line utility for network troubleshooting and configuration in Windows operating systems.

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