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  1. cpulocksmith

    cpulocksmith New Member

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    i have wireless and it is in lan to another computer. is there anyway i can make a message pop up on the other computer.
     
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    use net send. goto cmd type net send <ip address of destination> <ur msg>
    For more info type help net send
     
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    so it would go like

    net send 555.555.5.5 hi hows it going

    and that should send a message to 555.555.5.5? and if so what would it say in my command prompt telling me that the message went?
     
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    awww crap i have vista and i just read that the up and killed net send on vist, and replaced it with msg.exe?!
     
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    Ya. Ur syntax is correct. U wont get any ack. But it'll defintely send it to the dest. If not u'll get an error msg, like 'type Help msg 5777'. Jus check it.
     
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    I dont have vista in my PC. so u type 'help msg' or 'msg/?' in the command prompt. U'll be getting it. if not i'll chec & tel u
     
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    "if i type "help msg" it tells me to try "msg /?"
    and if i do it tells me it is not recognized as and internal or external command?!
    what the hell...
     
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    thats y people say 'VISTA F***kS'
     
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    google it in any vista forums. U'll be getting it.
     
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    it says that msg.exe is only on vista busness? does that mean i have net send or am i shit out of luck and have nether?
     
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    or try this & tell me if it works.
    MSG {username | sessionname | sessionid | @filename | *}
    [/SERVER: servername] [/TIME: seconds] [/V] [/W] [message]



    username Identifies the specified username.
    sessionname The name of the session.
    sessionid he ID of the session.
    @filename Identifies a file containing a list of usernames,
    sessionnames, and sessionids to send the message to.
    * Send message to all sessions on specified server.
    /SERVER: servername server to contact (default is current).
    /TIME: seconds Time delay to wait for receiver to acknowledge msg.
    /V Display information about actions being performed.
    /W Wait for response from user, useful with /V.
    message Message to send. If none specified, prompts for it
    or reads from stdin.



    Syntax: msg @filename.txt type your message here
     
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    Use a third party LAN messenger maybe a good choice to replace net send command.
     
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