Fixed: Remove extra ip address from commandline.

Occasionally you may have a need to remove an additional ip address that has been assigned to a network card. For example you might have a card listening on two ip address’s – say 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.3
You can remove this from the gui but there may be reasons where the gui is not available but access to the server via psexec (or the Windows 2008R2 core mode) is the only access to the server that you have.
To remove the ip address just type in
netsh interface ipv4 delete address “Local Area Connection” addr=192.168.1.3

Simple as that but it took a while stepping through the netsh commands to get the correct syntax for this. I use netsh for switching my laptop to customer ip ranges for troubleshooting when on their lan or when configuring switches, but this is the first time I’ve had the requirement to remove an extra ip address.

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  1. after searching google and trying for 25 Minutes different sources and commands, this was the clearest explanation and worked directly! Thanks

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