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Need a batch file to change the ip and gateway as well as the computer name

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Ip addresses are controled by your isp contact them and see if they will help you to change it. You don't need a file to change the computer name right click on Computer choose properties. On the upper left side click on Advanced System Settings. In the new window click on Computer name. Click on change computer name . After you changed the name make sure you reboot then your computer name will be changed to what you changed it too.
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