|You haven't addressed or solved your issue Peter.|
tonysathre gave you the answer. You need to edit your path in environmental variables to include the system32 folder.
Something is wrong with your system if that path is now missing since it is there by default.
You had to have foobarred the line
c:\windows\system32\ipconfig /all since it does and should work fine.
This message "is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file" tells you
1. did you type the command correctly?
2. does windows know where this file is located? Apparently not.
How you would test this is GO to the system32 folder and then type ipconfig /all
You still have a problem you need to fix.
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