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#6541 - 08/12/04 10:29 PM net send help
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I am trying to bug the crap out of my brother who is on the another computer in the network. Bug him with net send popups, you all know what I'm talking about. Anyways my problem is that I forgot how to use Net Send(we used to do this all the time at school). How do you find out what the computer's alias is?


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#6542 - 08/13/04 02:21 AM Re: net send help
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C:\Documents and Settings\Gizmo>net send ?
The syntax of this command is:

NET SEND
{name | * | /DOMAIN[:name] | /USERS} message


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#6543 - 08/13/04 09:41 PM Re: net send help
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Yes yes I know the syntax, but i need to know how to find out the alias of the other copmuters on the network.


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#6544 - 08/14/04 12:19 AM Re: net send help
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Aliases are assigned on a pc by pc basis (computer name on network) and can be changed rather easily. Additionally you can use the internal IP of the computer on the network which would be easiest to find out (and should resolve to the computer name).


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#6545 - 08/20/04 11:15 AM Re: net send help
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Nice, that helped a lot. Thanks.


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#6546 - 09/01/04 01:32 PM Re: net send help
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the "net view" command works rather nicley at displaying the comps on a network


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#6547 - 09/01/04 03:54 PM Re: net send help
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Doesn't always work right... For instance, on my network it should show 3 pcs (all have open shares on the same OS) but it shows 1


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#6548 - 10/19/04 12:13 AM Re: net send help
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ok i think i am being extremely dense.

but it has been so many years since i played around with DOS that i dont remember anything.

what is the exact syntax for the net send command. I see the example you put up but i can not get it work on the home network.

net send IP?/Domain/User (message)
? or what. i mainly want to fuck with my roommate on the house network. maybe send some stuff at work to confuse the coworkers. but i can never seem to get the syntax just right, do i need the network ip in with the domain(/mshome) and user name?

the only message i can get to work is the net send * message which sends it to all PCs on the network and i dont want that.


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#6549 - 10/19/04 05:07 AM Re: net send help
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Quote:
Originally posted by Gizmo:
C:\Documents and Settings\Gizmo>net send ?
The syntax of this command is:

NET SEND
{name | * | /DOMAIN[:name] | /USERS} message


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#6550 - 10/20/04 06:26 AM Re: net send help
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Quote:
Originally posted by Gizmo:
Quote:
Originally posted by Gizmo:
C:\Documents and Settings\Gizmo>net send ?
The syntax of this command is:

NET SEND
{name | * | /DOMAIN[:name] | /USERS} message
ok i already saw this, i need an example so show me the exact syntax, i am not sure wether or not to put the local network IP in with the domain, and if so how should it look.

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#6551 - 10/20/04 07:33 AM Re: net send help
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You idiot, it tells you the syntax!

NET SEND (domain/IP) (message)
NET SEND 127.0.0.1 message

Learn to fucking read!


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#6552 - 10/20/04 09:49 AM Re: net send help
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hehe crazy Gizzy :]
Garantee he wont get it even with a example right here


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#6553 - 10/25/04 02:49 PM Re: net send help
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well lets see i fuckin tried this and it didnt work... fuck you and your supposed help of newbs

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#6554 - 10/25/04 03:50 PM Re: net send help
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What am I, Microsoft? If you want kind support of an application go to their coders; it's not my fault you're too incompetent to follow simple instructions.


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#6555 - 10/25/04 09:31 PM Re: net send help
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Well it's a sign of the times man, no one wants to do any work or learning to get what they want. They just wanna know the exact commmand they need with no knowledge of it or what you can really do with it besides sending such messages as "0mg!!!! I b3 s0 ub3r k-rad, I CNA HAX0R J00R B0X0R!!!!! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL". To them we're tech support, they come on our forums, ask their dumb question and get all pissed off when they don't get the answer they want immediatly. Thank Gods they didn't double post just to bring more attention to the post.

Kids, read a book, learn to code, aspire for something so you can learn, grow, and most importantly don't post stupid ass shit and demand a full answer that's so dumbed down that you can do it yourself... maybe... after the 12th time. Why can't we have manditory IQ or Intelligence tests to post?


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#6556 - 10/26/04 08:16 AM Re: net send help
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We could, but then the site would be slower than normal :x...


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#6557 - 02/09/05 07:31 AM Re: net send help
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C:\>net help syntax
The syntax of this command is:


SYNTAX
The following conventions are used to indicate command syntax:

- Capital letters represent words that must be typed as shown. Lower-
case letters represent names of items that may vary, such as filenames

- The [ and ] characters surround optional items that can be supplied
with the command.

- The { and } characters surround lists of items. You must supply one
of the items with the command.

- The | character separates items in a list. Only one of the items can
be supplied with the command.

For example, in the following syntax, you must type NET COMMAND and
either SWITCH1 or SWITCH2. Supplying a name is optional.
NET COMMAND [name] {SWITCH1 | SWITCH2}

- The [...] characters mean you can repeat the previous item.
Separate items with spaces.

- The [,...] characters mean you can repeat the previous item, but
you must separate items with commas or semicolons, not spaces.

- When typed at the command prompt, service names of two words or
more must be enclosed in quotation marks. For example,
NET START "COMPUTER BROWSER" starts the computer browser service.


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