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Old 12-24-2011
find wwn in windows machine ?

Hi guys ..

How to can I know the HBA WWN address in the windows machine ?

Pls advice with command ...
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Old 12-24-2011
No exact way in native windows
It depends on your FC card manufacturer .
what type of FC card you have ? Emulex, qLogic and so on.
Anyways you can find it in several ways for an example from Fibre switch side.]
Also you can download fcinfo tool from here
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