How Do I Register My Windows Computer?

In most cases, when you connect to your property's Wi-Fi or Ethernet on your Windows computer, you can open a web browser and be redirected to the registration page. From there, you will follow the prompts to register your device. If you are not redirected, or if you would prefer to register your computer manually, you will need to Log Into Your Account. Once logged in, click the link to "Manage My Devices" and then the link to "Add a Device." You will need to enter your MAC address here and select "Windows Computer" as the device type to add the computer. Below is a list of instructions on locating MAC addresses on various Windows machines. If you experience any difficulties locating your MAC address or logging into your account, please contact our Tech Support hotline.


Windows XP

  1. Choose Control Panel from the Start menu, and then choose Network Connections. The Network Connections window opens.
  2. Double-click your LAN Connection icon that is connected. This displays a Status window.
  3. Click the Support tab.
  4. Click the Details button. A Network Connection Details dialog box appears. Locate the item labeled Physical Address, which is the MAC Address number.

Windows Vista

  1. Click the Vista Icon in the left hand part of your desktop. Choose Control Panel and then choose Network and Sharing Center. The Network and Sharing Center window opens.
  2. Click on the Manage Internet Connections on the left.
  3. Right-click the LAN Connection that is connected to the internet. This displays a Status window.
  4. Click the Details button. A Network Connection Details dialog box appears. Locate the item labeled Physical Address, which is the MAC Address number.

Windows 7 or Windows 8 PC

  1. Navigate to Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center.
  2. Select Change adapter settings from the column on the left.
  3. Locate the proper wireless adapter. This can be done by looking for the icon that has "Wireless" in the name. If there are multiple wireless options, perform this check while connected to wireless Internet. The correct option will be connected, while the others will have a red X on the icon.
    Once the proper adapter is located, right-click on it and select Status from the drop-down menu.
  4. From the Status window that appears, select the Details button.
  5. On the Network Connection Details page, locate the value in the Physical Address field. This is your device’s MAC address.   

Windows 10 Using the Command Prompt

  1. From the command prompt.Right-click on the Start button and select Command Prompt from the menu.
  2. Type in ipconfig /all and press Enter.This will display your network configuration. 
  3. Find your adapter's physical address.Scroll down to your network adapter and look for the values next to "Physical Address," which is your MAC address.

Windows 10 In the Network Connection Settings

  1. Search "network connections" in the task bar and select "View network connections."(Or navigate to Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections)
  2. Right-click on your network connection and select "Status."
  3. Click the "Details" button.
  4. Locate the Physical Address. The value for the physical address in the Network Connection Details window is your MAC address.
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