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Submitted by: Jerry Gifford
Release Date: 5/17/2001
Date Added: 6/14/2001
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Windows NT and Windows 2000 have a nifty feature that allows you to send a message to anyone on your network. The message isn't in e-mail, it pops up directly on their monitor and until they click OK, the message stays there.

Here's how you do it.

Click on the Start Button in the lower left corner. Click the Run Button. Type: net send [username] [message] [username]: The username will be whatever their e-mail address is. You can check the name in Outlook. [message]: Type whatever message you like. Click OK to send the message.

If you give your NT computer a cryptic name like "NETWORK SECURITY" or "NET ADMIN" it looks even more official.

The great thing is you can send fun messages like birthday greetings, cryptic messages, or something threatening like: "Virus Warning: Your computer has been infected." or the ever popular, "PLEASE REBOOT NET BIOS BLOCK D". The more cryptic, the better.


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