Finding your MAC Address — Windows
This tutorial applies to the following operating system(s):
This tutorial will walk you through how to locate your device’s MAC address. Every device has a unique identifier for its network adapters. This id is called the media access control address, or MAC address. This 12-digit code is made up of letters and numbers, and is usually separated by colons, periods or dashes. A MAC address can be used to identify your device and register it for university network access.
For Windows, open the Start menu and type cmd in the search box. Click on cmd.exe, or press enter, to open it in a new window.
Type ipconfig /all into the window and press enter.
Scroll up and find the correct header based on your connection type.
Wired connections will be called an Ethernet Adapter. Wireless connections will be called a Wireless LAN Adapter.
Then, you should see your MAC address listed under Physical Address.