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    do u have to use the windows gui for netbios?

    i recently read some netbios hacking guides and trying them out on my windows computers. i noticed that all of the guides(like this one:http://www.mycgiserver.com/~ethicalh...ios.html#part1) say to use the windows gui to actually browse the shared files, but i was wondering if there was a way to do it "old school" and stay in dos mode and do the same things.

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    Yes there is. Let's say you got a shared folder as k:
    then at the command prompt all you do is type:
    k: <enter>
    and it switches to that networked drive. Then you can navigate through using cd commands and see what's in each directory using the dir command.

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    cool, i didnt realize you could set it as a network drive instead of one of those "my network places" places

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    when you set it as a network drive from dos it appears in explorer. it is a mapped drive after all. when your done you can use the net command to delete ie 'net use /delete z:'
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    The Net commands are pretty much windows networking in a nutshell, you can do everything from looging onto domains, to mapping shares, and starting services. It defintly gives you the dos feel, without all the right clicking. ;-)
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