How to Find the MAC Address of Your Computer
A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a number that identifies the network adapter(s) installed on your computer. The address is composed of up to 6 pairs of characters, separated by colons. To find your MAC address on a system with a network connection, use one of the following methods.
Windows 7 (and Vista)
1. Click the Start Orb at the bottom left of your screen
2. Type ncpa.cpl into the search box and press Enter
3. Right Click you Local Area Connection and select Status
4. Click Details and the Physical Address is your MAC Address
Windows 8.1 & 10
1. Right Click Start Window at the bottom left of your screen
2. Click on Network Connections
3. Right click on Ethernet (same as Local Area Connection above) and follow from Step 3 above.
1. Click on the Magnifying Glass in the top right corner to open Spotlight
2. In the search box type Network Utility. When Network Utility application is shown, click on it to open it
3. The Hardware Address is the MAC Address
Log Your Own Ticket
The University has provided a Self Service tool through which you can log your own tickets (jobs). You can also search for a previously logged ticket to check it's status. For urgent jobs you can phone the ITS Service Desk: ext 4008 (838 4008) for support.