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  1. @Dave Lee Q came up with idea this initially, then we kicked it around a bit refining it, tweaking it, and completely rewriting it, before finally settling on this version. What it does: Creates auto.interfaceindex_X.YYY property sources for every network interface with a MAC address on a Windows device. auto.interfaceindex_<interfaceIndex>.mac auto.interfaceindex_<interfaceIndex>.name auto.interfaceindex_<interfaceIndex>.netconnectionid Additionally, it creates a single auto.device.macaddresses property containing a semi-colon separated list of all MAC addresses on the device (to make life easier if you want to create and search a Device Inventory Report, for example). For details of the values returned, see Microsoft's documentation at: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394216(v=vs.85).aspx v1.2.0: 6AKP47 It'll give you something a little bit like this: You might also be interested in this mod of the WinIf- datasource, which finds and stores MAC addresses (and other properties) of monitored interfaces as Instance Level Properties: