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I am just setting up my very first Vista pc and I need to set up a static IP address. Normally I would just go to network connections/local area connections and add the IP address. I am not finding anything like that and my one location has to have static IP's. Can someone point me in the right direction and walk me through what I need to do to add this? I also need to add the subnet mask, gateway and add a WINS server.
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For those that may also need to do it, could you post the steps that you took?
 

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Had to remember how I did it:
Click Start and go to Control Panel. Select Network & Internet, then Network & Sharing Center. Then click on Manage Network connections from the task list. Right-click your local area connection and click properties. Then select Internet protocol (TCP/IP) from the list and click the properties button. From their you can select use the following IP address and enter your addresses and click ok.
 
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