Right click on My Computer, go down to and click on properties,
My Computer Name
First, you will either go to the start menu and right click on My computer or right click on the icon My Computer. Next, go down to and click onProperties then click on the tab Computer Name, about half way down the screen you will see Full Computer Name, (ex: CO-sturner.tcboe.org). That is the name we will need to be able to work on your computer from our office.
When you are asked to provide the VNC #: look for the VNC on the bottom right hand corner. You will need to scroll your mouse across the VNC and a number should pop up like 192.168.--.--. We will need the numbers after the 168. This is a feature where we can work on your computer and show you things that are sometimes hard to explain or understand over the phone or through an email. If your VNC # will not pop up, you can go to my computer, right click, then click on properties at the bottom and choose the tab at the top labeled Computer Name. In the middle of that screen is your computer name, you can send us your computer name.
A unique address that electronic devices use to communicate......
Is a unique address that certain electronic devices currently use in order to identify and communicate with each other on a computer network utilizing the Internet Protocol standard (IP). When is it appropriate for 2 computers to have the same IP address, or should every computer have its own IP address? Yes, every computer should have its own IP address