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    Net Send Command

    I'm trying to send myself a mesasge over the command promt and its supposed to be somehting like...

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

    domain: Workgroup
    name: ScriptY
    message: anything you want

    i just dunno how to put this together with all those lines and ****
    can someone post it here how it would look?
    thanks in advance
    peace

    /scriptkiddie18

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    Think you are confused, DOMAIN is a windows domain, which you probably aren't on. Name is the name of the computer to send it to (in the first context, not the second). You probably want something like this:

    net send ScriptY hello world

    And if that fails, hell, use *

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    Or do it by Ip addie. . . net send 127.0.0.1 wassup! Of course you might want to use your own addie, I'm not sure if that will work w/ the localhost addie.
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    local addy, loopback and machine name all work
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    your right about the domain thing and i tried the command you gave me nebulus but it sais service name is invalid...
    about the name which i misunderstood...the computer name would be COMPUTER
    And if that fails, hell, use *
    where exactly...

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    net send * <message here> It'll broadcast to everyone in the domain.
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    I don't need to to everyone
    to a specific user only

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    You asked what was up with the '*', so I told you. If you want to do it to a specific user, use the IP of the machine you want to send it to then. . . net send 192.168.1.101 message, or whatever the IP is.
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    You never said what OS your playing w/ either. . .if it's Win98 I don't think it recognizes the net send command.
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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