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NET command

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Name: NET command
Submitter: www.yourforum.gr
Category: Windows Tutorials
Submitted: 10 Aug 2011
Updated: 10 Aug 2011
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Description:
In Microsoft operating-systems like DOS and Windows, the net use command (a sub-command of the net command, has several network-related functions allowing configuration from the command-line.
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net accounts can be used to display the
user accounts database and modify password and logon requirements for all
accounts. Syntax: net accounts

[/forcelogoff:{minutes | no}]


[/minpwlen:length]

[/maxpwage:{days | unlimited}]

[/minpwage:days]


[/uniquepw:number]

[/domain]. Examples: 1) To display the current settings, the
password requirements, and the server role for a server, type: net accounts.
2) to force users to log off after the logon time expires with a
five-minute warning, type: net accounts /forcelogoff:5.[/size]

[size=3]net config

displays
the configurable workstation and server services that are running.


Syntax:
net config
[{server|workstation}]. To display computer
name, DNS host name, logon user name, active NIC, logon domain, do net
config workstation
.


To
display server name, server active NIC, server hidden status and maximum
logged on users, do net config server.


net file
displays the names of all open shared files on a server and the number of file
locks and closes individual shared files and removes file locks. Syntax:
net
file
[ID [/close]]. To display the names and IDs of the



open
shared files, do net file

without parameters. To close a file that has ID 5, type:


net file 5 /close.

net send
Sends messages to
other users, computers, or messaging names on the network. Syntax:


net send

{name | * | /domain[:name] | /users} message.

To send "This server will shut
down in 15 minutes" message to all users connected to the DOMAIN, type: net
send /domain:users This server will shut down in 15 minutes.

net
share
displays information about all of
the resources that are shared on the local computer. Syntax:


net share
[ShareName]


net
start/stop
starts/stop a service.
Syntax: net start/stop [service]. To

displays a list of services that are currently operating, use net start
without parameters. To stop the Event Log service, type: net stop eventlog.

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net statistics displays the statistics
log for the local Workstation or Server service, errors, logon time and
transfer bytes.. Syntax: net statistics [{workstation |
server}]


[size=3]net time
display and synchronizes the computer's clock with that of another computer or
domain. Syntax: net time
[{\\ComputerName | /domain[:DomainName] | /rtsdomain[:DomainName]}]
[/set]. To

synchronizes the computer's clock
with the time on the specified computer or domain, type net time
\\computername /set
.


net use
can be used to connect a computer to or disconnect a computer from a shared
resource, or display information about computer connections. The command also
controls persistent net connections. Syntax: net use


[{DeviceName | *}]


[\\ComputerName\ShareName[\volume]]
[{Password | *}]]

[/user:[DomainName\]UserName]


[/user:[DottedDomainName\]UserName]

[/user: [UserName@DottedDomainName]


[/savecred]

[/smartcard]

[{/delete | /persistent:{yes | no}}] To
list network connections, type: net use. To connect to the resource accounting
shared on the \\Financial data server, type: net use k: "\\financial data"
\accounting
.


net user
a
dds
or modifies user accounts or displays user account information such as user
name, last logon, logon script, user profile, home directory and group
memberships. Syntax:
net user [UserName
[Password | *] [options]] [/domain]. 


To view information about the user account jsmith in a
domain, type: net user jsmith /domain. To specify logon hours of 4 A.M.
until 5 P.M. on Monday, 1 P.M. until 3 P.M. on Tuesday, and 8 A.M. until 5
P.M. Wednesday through Friday for jsmith, type: net user jsmith
/time:M,4am-5pm;T,1pm-3pm;W-F,8:00-17:00
.
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