If you have a Wifi connection on your Laptop and you need to know the password for it follow the next steps in a DOS command line:
netsh wlan show profile
This will show the known profiles. Copy the name of any profile you need to know its password.
Then call the next command to see the password in clear text:
netsh wlan show profile <name> key=clear
When you send a request to somewhere that uses your ip-number to whitelist, your ip number becomes important to know.
It is pretty simple when you do this on your laptop where you can open up a browser and find your outbound ip-number in Google. When you run your request within an Azure Web App which is running on an ASP, you might want to open up a console in Azure Portal and use the following PowerShell command:
(Get-AzWebApp -ResourceGroup <group_name> -name <app_name>).OutboundIpAddresses
See also: find-outbound-ips