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There are times when you simply want to know the name of the system you’re working on. One of the easiest ways to determine this from the command prompt is by using the hostname command as follows:



Note: The hostname command doesn’t have any switches.


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  • NOTE: This article was reported as Pirated/Plagiarized Content (content you didn't write) and will be removed. Please do not steal content from others. If you feel we are mistaken, please leave a comment or email tnwiki at Microsoft with a link to this article and with clear and detailed reasons why you own the content or have explicit permission from the author.

    Content was taken from: "Book - Windows 7 Portable Command Guide"

    Published by Darril Gibson (Pearson)

    de.scribd.com/.../67827130-Windows-7-Portable-Command-Guide-MCTS-70-680-70-685-70-686

    my.safaribooksonline.com/.../ch01

    See also the pirated main article Managing Windows 7 through Command Line which links to additionalpirated chapters of the book:

    social.technet.microsoft.com/.../12066.pirated-20130920-2224.aspx

    According to the US Copyright Act every content which is *substantially similar* to the original is a plagiarism.

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