Get MAC Address Command

The Getmac command with the /s switch to specify a remote computer, and then pipe the output into the clipboard to avoid having to type out the MAC address manually.

getmac /s 192.168.0.1 | clip

Open notepad and press the keystroke Ctrl+V.  This operation pastes the output from the previous Getmac operation.

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