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1. Directly through an API. (best way)
2. Indirectly by calling a standard command and parsing the output.
3. By looking at Windows internal structures. I consider the Registry as an 
internal structure in this context). 

Host names are generally associated with each interface. On Windows, there 
are pseudo interfaces. So you need to find the one associated with the NIC 
or the IP address, or on a LAN without IP, the appropriate host name, also 
associatred with a NIC card. 
On 26 Jun 2002 at 13:46, Warren E. Agin wrote:

> I can confirm the first one. The second is likely dependent on the networking configuration - my registry does not contain that setting option.

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