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Default gateway

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I am trying to find/write some code which will attain the
default gateway of a server. This app will access a cross section of
server platforms from NT4.0 server to Windows 2003 and check that they
are using the correct time source (which in most cases, is the DG,
except in our datacentres!)

Unfortunately, I am unable to do this using WMI due to the NT 4.0
servers (there are over 1500 Windows servers in the estate my team
manage), and pulling the info out of the registry would also not be an
option (AFAIK), as the DG info is in different reg keys as there are
many different pltforms and NIC's in use.

Can anyone recommend the easiest method for attaining the default
gateway from a machine please?

Many thanks.


Nov 21 '05 #1
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