You can find all of the switches and options available to net send by doing: net send /?
type net view in command prompt
"net view" is the command and argument, with "net" being the command and "view" being the argument to view computers within your network, domain, or workgroup. As always, type it without the quotations.
What net snmp does in a command line is monitor the condition and health of network equipment such as routers, computer equipment and devices like USPs.
net use z: \\computername\folder
run command "net view"
Run this command at the command prompt:net user username password /add /domain
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There is no direct "chat" facility built into the command prompt on any version of Windows. The closest would probably be the "net send" command of Windows NT/2000/XP, though this is disabled on Windows XP by default, and is not present at all in Windows Vista or Windows 7. The syntax of the net send command is:net send message
the procedure of making account though command prompt is net user, system name, password /add e.g net user pc 123 /add
net user "username" /delete example: net user hacker /delete
i think when you are on command prompt, you type ping 192.168.0.238, then you should know what to do next(i think)
Go into command prompt and type: net send (ip address/ name of computer) (User) (message)
Net help share
Net start is a command prompt that allows you to start a program in some Microsoft operating systems such as XP. Net stop allows you to stop tasks or services.
net view \\computername use this command to verify that resources on a remote computer are shared
the answer is command economics - nova net answer
net view \\computername
net use z: /delete