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How to Access the Network Connection List in Windows 7 and Vista

If you want to see the servers ip-address and clients new ip-address while connected in the internet, installed protocols and lists of broadband connections. I wrote several ways to open the Network connection list window easily.

Right Click the Network Icon > Network and Sharing Center


At the left side of the window click manage network connections


If your a first time user of Windows Vista, it is difficult to find the option.

Anywho, I’m going to give five more ways to open the window easily.

1. Press Win + R and type the following command

control netconnections


2. type ncpa.cpl in the Start Menu Search


3. In your desktop, create a folder called

Network Connections.{7007ACC7-3202-11D1-AAD2-00805FC1270E}


4. Using the new version of WinBubble you can easily add Items to My Computer and Control Panel Window that can serve as alternative to libraries in Windows 7.


Open WinBubble > Tools Tab > Using the second tool “My Computer and Control Panel Items” Group > Use the following settings

Name: Network Connections (or any)

File/Folder: control netconnections

Tool Tip: Network Connections (or any)

Icon: C:\Windows\system32\imageres.dll,113

Click the Set button That’s it! Enjoy using WinBubbles!


5. Press Win + R and use the following command

control ncpa.cpl





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