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Chatting with Net Send



Written by:deckkeeper
Published by:Nightscript
Published on:2005-03-29 09:35:41
Topic:Windows
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Create a batch file that lets you send messages to other computers connected by a network.



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The 'net send' DOS command is very powerful. Combining it with a batch file makes it more user friendly. 'Net Send' sends messages to other computers in a network, and can even be used to send messages to computers outside of networks by sending messages to an IP. Because of this, Microsoft disabled it in 'Service Pack 2', but you can enable it by going to 'Run' under the Start menu, typing in 'services.msc', and pressing 'OK'. Then, scroll down the list of services until you find 'Messenger'. Right click and press 'Start'. Now you're ready to go.

The 'net send' command's format:
net send <user/computer/ip> <message>

Try typing the following into 'Commad Prompt', which can be found under 'Start'->'Programs'->'Accesories'. (Replace '(USER)' with your username.
net send (USER) Hey!
Dit it work? Yes? Good. If not, I don't know what to tell you. Make sure you typed everything in correctly. Try doing that, but with the usernames of other people logged in on other computers in your network.

Now for some fun. Open up 'Notepad', and copy/paste in:
@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=User:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto A

Save this as a batch file, or whatever.bat This batch file acts as a chatting program! It first displays the title (MESSENGER), the it asks for the User/Computer/IP to send the message to, then it asks for the message to send. Finally, it sends the message, pauses, and loops back again. Try experimenting with this, and have fun!

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Comments:
telekinetic
2005-03-29 11:52:20
You can test if everything is working properly by doing this:
net send localhost "testing"

The above should work for sure. You can even replace the hostname by the IP of the target machine:
net send 192.168.0.1 "hello"

also if you want to broadcast the message you can do this:
net send * "Broadcast message"

zethyr
2005-03-29 13:58:55
I did a..
"net send * heyhey"
..and the sysadmins at school got irritated. That's what made them realize they should block net send at the school network.
For a few weeks earlier, we kept irritating each other with eternally looping net send batches. When I got tired of it, they didnt allow me to do a net stop messenger, so I had to irritate them real good :p
zethyr
2005-04-01 19:30:03
Addon info..
If you want to disable this service, go to cmd.exe and do:
net stop messenger

If you want to enable it again, do:
net start messenger


If you wanna do the job easier, go start->run->"services.msc", then rightclick the service called 'Messenger', and click stop process.
telekinetic
2005-05-03 05:34:14
If you want to send a message from a Linux box to a windows box you can use
smblient -M HOST

Where HOST is the hostname of the target machine.
This one is fun to do
fortune | smbclient HOST
telekinetic
2005-05-03 05:35:53
correction in the previous comment I meant
fortune | smbclient -M HOST
ravemz
2005-10-07 20:44:48
A GTK- based NetSend GUI for linux for sending and recieving net sends from linux/windows machines. Uses Samba to send and recieve messages.It can be minimized into the system tray and a popup window will appear as soon as a message is recieved.

LinWinTalk::
http://sourceforge.net/projects/gladenetsend

Installation is simple and provided along with the package.

Comments bugs are alwez welcome

Happy Netsending

LinWinTalk::
http://sourceforge.net/projects/gladenetsend
Anonymous
2006-06-13 19:08:11
ure all nuts but i like the messenger
Anonymous
2006-07-11 10:27:20
I typed in the following:

net send ***.**.***.** "Hello"

but it said that the adress coudl not be found on the network for some reason... plz help me
Anonymous
2006-09-01 13:53:42
is there any way of making a installer that will enable net send download the software and have it on ur desktop
kdemetter
2006-09-01 19:07:14
Anonymous

it's only one * .

so it would be : net send * "hello"

kdemetter
2006-09-01 19:12:10
i used a program once wich could spoof the source of the message .

it's fun , you can make it look like you're the admin , or foul the admins in believing that the message came from someone else.
Anonymous
2006-09-21 08:37:15
in windowsXP sp2 dont work
Anonymous
2006-09-21 08:41:04
in windowsXP sp2 dont work masanger is turne off by defalt
Anonymous
2006-09-26 01:40:21
Microsoft Vista has disable completly messenger so now the net send will not work at all.
Anonymous
2006-09-28 17:33:23
It works fine. You have to start the messenger service from "services." Change the startup type to "manual."
Anonymous
2006-10-17 08:09:07
Not in vista you can't. There are no 'messenger' service from services, and if you use net/? to check the available commands - send is not one of them.
Anonymous
2006-11-03 09:12:39
@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto B
:B
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause



The script above is improved by me :D so you dont have to enter the ip every time you want to send a message. You just have to enter the ip when you start the batch file :D
Domuk
2006-11-10 15:25:22
Wouldn't it be better as:

@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto B


?
Anonymous
2007-01-12 06:35:51
using the bat file after writing the user than the message and pressing ENTER it just sat there and did nothing but it works doing it in cmd?
Anonymous
2007-02-01 11:54:11
what if i have a proxy, and i want to send a message t another ip out of my lan
Anonymous
2007-02-02 13:52:52
Is there a way to enter the user names in the batch file so you do not have to type each one in if you want to send the broadcast messages to the same users?
Anonymous
2007-02-25 22:54:14
xp servicepack 2 and windows vista don't have a service called messenger, any ideas?
Anonymous
2007-02-26 10:06:19
To get around blocked cmd, you could:

* Create a shortcut on your desktop to cmd
--or---
* Press CTRL+ALT+Delete to bring up the Task Manager and then go to File / Run

But they may those disabled, too.
Anonymous
2007-03-07 15:27:08
The bat file works, but it says that the user alias cannot be found or something like that. I've tested it a bunch of times on the school comps with everyone's username, but it still doesn't work. WHY???
Anonymous
2007-03-07 21:58:01
by any chance is there a way to disable the source message???
Anonymous
2007-03-13 18:26:52
pfft you carnt get passed a blocked cmd by using a shotcut .. its still blocked ive tryed.. Ive launched it in many ways using images, shortcuts, bat files.. but its still saying acsess denied. -=(TipleR)=-
Anonymous
2007-03-17 12:29:19
its reali gud but i have a workgroup and a lan so i want to broad cast to the lan how to i do it
hemanshu31@gmail.com
Anonymous
2007-03-28 07:44:07
Group Policy has messenger disabled, and can even start it. Is there another program that does not require an install that lets you send messages between workstations?
Anonymous
2007-04-13 22:18:55
@echo off
set /p n=IP:
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Goto A


Even shorter :D
Domuk
2007-04-14 09:35:30
Is good stuff, I only kept the label 'A' in mine as it was a throwback to the post before. Personally I wouldn't like the screen to be cleared after each message, though - and the only other line of mine is the pause - again, a throwback, but I've no idea whether it'd be nice or not.
Anonymous
2007-04-21 21:54:42
One thing you can do if you know that you're only going to be communicating with one computer is this...

@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p m=Message:
net send *computer name here* %m%
Goto A

You can configure this as much as you want, it's virtually unlimited possibilities and just make it the way you like it.

Skyler S
Anonymous
2007-04-27 23:48:26
@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
C:
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
ECHO "%choice%" is not valid please try again
ECHO.


here i modified it again so you have a choice to continue the message or to start fresh wit a new computer
Anonymous
2007-05-01 19:44:49
Do I use "*" when I want to send it to everybody?
Anonymous
2007-05-04 22:19:54
use "*" when you want it to broadcast your message to the whole domain but be careful if messenger is enabled through your whole district then it will be sent to every computer that is on


i yet another batch that allows you to set a password (some assholes keep stealing my flash drive and spamming people..it pisses me off) i also added a "popup send" feature where once you choose the destination computer and message it keeps sending the same thing over and over until you close the cmd window

@echo off
:L
echo enter password or type exit to cancel
set choice=
set /p end=
if '%end%'=='exit' goto end
if '%end%'=='YOURE_PASSWORD_HERE' goto c
echo invalid password....try again
pause
goto L
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='n' goto D
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% %m%
goto :F


copy into a text file and replace YOURE_PASSWORD_HERE with you're password then save it as something like send.bat
Anonymous
2007-05-05 21:07:01
all my computers have messenger disabled but to enable the you need to be admin. i found an admin password but to enable all the computer (sp2 default is to disables messenger) so i went start, run, services.msc, ok then on the top of the screen i clicked action, connect to another computer i typed another computer name that was on in the lab and clicked enter wahlah all the services for that computer (remember you have to log in as an administrator to do this) then i scroll down to messenger and right click, properties and then click automatic, apply, start. but there is one more thing you can do to enable messenger. it is a batch file im not sure if you nedd to be an admin for it to work but this is the code

@echo off
cls
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
exit

save it as a batch file and it should work
Anonymous
2007-05-05 21:13:28
i think i figured out how to start cmd if it is bocked what you need to do is..

1.close all programs
2.click start shut down
3.simultaneously press and hole ctrl+shift+alt
4. continue holding and press cancel
5. let go and now try to open cmd
Anonymous
2007-05-07 06:16:58
net send is fuuuuuucking great. but how do you hide your pc # wen using net send
get hold of me at doctorp2@breakthru.com
Anonymous
2007-05-07 19:59:36
Say I use net send to send a test message to my PC will this harm my PC in anyway?
Anonymous
2007-05-07 20:01:16
EXAMPLE: net send (MY IP ADDRESS) "test"
Anonymous
2007-05-07 23:48:47
no net send (MY IP ADDRESS) "test" will not do anything to your computer ..but it wont work unless you type you internal,or private ip which you can find by typing ipconfig /all in command prompt.
Anonymous
2007-05-07 23:55:47
also when you test make sure you have messenger enabled and started.. if your an admin copy this code and paste it into a bat file.. it will enable and start messenger.

@echo off
cls
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
exit
Anonymous
2007-05-08 00:37:00
that last bat makes messenger turn on everytime you turn on the computer to make it a manual start service use this

@echo off
cls
sc config messenger start= demand
net start messenger
exit
Anonymous
2007-05-08 19:23:15
Thanks. One more question. In the code net send localhost "testing" do you just put it as localhost?
Anonymous
2007-05-09 10:04:23
that wont work because your computer doesnt have that net name

net send "usernsme" "message"

the reason localhost doesnt work is that it is not one of youe net names to see your net names type net name in cmd those are names that you are recognized by in net send, you can add name to
by typing

net send "name" /add
Anonymous
2007-05-10 05:38:24
how can u send a massage using net send without showing your ip add at the recieving end
Fior
2007-05-10 08:20:08
you cant!! i have looked along time for something that will but if you have any size to your network its impossible. some programs do something similar to what were trying to achieve but the don't use the messenger process.
Anonymous
2007-05-10 23:33:24
Can net send send an instant message to someones instant messege program? Like say net send (instant messenger type) "Test" .
Anonymous
2007-05-11 07:05:52
There's a small program called "NetSend 4.0" that allows you to mask the source, gives you a list of PCs in the netweork and has the option to repeatedly send the same message to one or several PCs. Just google it.
Fior
2007-05-14 10:08:13
www.winload.de/download/37154/Telekom,DFUe/Netzwerk,DFUe/Netsend-4.0.html

this is a link to net send 5, when you download it it is in german but you can change that by clicking the flag on the right side of the client.
Fior
2007-05-16 21:52:36
a comment on net send 5
YOU CAN HIDE THE FROM FIELD
and it works great.
Anonymous
2007-05-18 16:26:14
To get the command prompt:

Sometimes the sysadmins have disabled cmd.exe (like at my school), but here's a sure-fire way of doing it that gets around any programs that might be blocked:

Create a new text file, open it (notepad). Type in:
@echo off
start command.com

click on file -> save as, + save as "whatver.bat" MAKE SURE THE SPEECH MARKS ARE THERE!
close notepad, run the batch file + voila!
Anonymous
2007-05-19 15:30:37
Can you send a file with net send?
Anonymous
2007-05-21 08:21:49
is there a way to enable the messenger via a vba file
Anonymous
2007-05-21 08:25:15
sorry that should be vbs.
Fior
2007-05-22 12:06:47
if you have xp or later you cant send files
Anonymous
2007-05-22 18:16:29
Instead of some of the round about ways mentioned to not have to re-enter the user (IP) you can just add the %n% in the very first example after name: . Since it is blank the first time it will not print anything then the second time it will print the variable which can then be edited if need be.

@echo off

:A
Cls
echo NET SEND MESSENGER
set /p n=User: %n%
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause

Goto A
Anonymous
2007-05-22 18:37:50
And for the user who asked about using .vbs. You can use net send with VB Script like this:

Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
netlocation = inputbox("Message To:", "Net Send Message: Location")
if netlocation <> "" then
message = inputbox("Message:", "Net Send Message: Message")
if message <> "" then
objShell.Run "net send " & netlocation & " " & message ,0
end If
end if
newbie
2007-05-22 22:21:45
If command prompt is disabled then start notepad and type:

@echo off
start command.com


save as prompt.bat close notepad, run the batch file.

To enable net send. start notepad. Type:

@echo off
cls
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
exit

save it as messenger.bat
open it.
newbie
2007-05-23 22:04:08
And to add a net name. Go to command prompt and type

net name THE NET NAME

example: net name BOB
Anonymous
2007-05-26 22:37:43
Does net send cause problems with computers? I know that at school we used to do it and then admin caught onto it and stopped us, I did it once after that and got totally bollocked and my account stopped for a while (until they decided since I'm doing IT a-level, I really need to have an account)then they fully disabled it. I was wondering why they find its such a big deal if its harmless to the system.
Anonymous
2007-05-27 07:00:26
i think this is not a correct command.czo this is not working.(net send 192.168...... ".....")
Anonymous
2007-05-27 12:41:53
I tried sending it to my friends IP address outside a network and it didnt work... should it have worked or can this not be done
Anonymous
2007-05-27 12:47:29
it wont work unless you type you internal,or private ip which you can find by typing ipconfig /all in command prompt
Anonymous
2007-05-28 18:46:11
ok, thank you, but what would that command look like?
Sk
2007-05-28 19:15:07
net send localhost MESSAGE
or
net send 127.0.0.1 MESSAGE
Anonymous
2007-05-29 23:50:03
can my system admin trace if i use the net send in my office pc?
Anonymous
2007-05-30 02:07:45
i tried verything that is mentioned above but i cannot send to another computer. But when i try sending to myself i get the message. What could be the prioblem
Anonymous
2007-05-30 19:12:57
@echo off
:L
echo enter password or type exit to cancel
set choice=
set /p end=
if '%end%'=='exit' goto end
if '%end%'=='activate_chat_1029384756_NOW' goto c
echo invalid password....try again
pause
goto L
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='n' goto D
if '%choice%'=='p' goto G
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% Fatal Error!!!!!!!!
goto :F
:G
echo enter password or type exit to cancel
set choice=
set /p end=
if '%end%'=='exit' goto end
if '%end%'=='Chaos_Fury!!!From_The_DEEP!!!!BYE!!!' goto D
echo invalid password....try again
pause
goto G
Anonymous
2007-05-30 19:14:53
Sorry, This my last coment;
@echo off
:L
echo enter password or type exit to cancel
set choice=
set /p end=
if '%end%'=='exit' goto end
if '%end%'=='activate_chat_1029384756_NOW' goto c
echo invalid password....try again
pause
goto L
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='n' goto D
if '%choice%'=='p' goto G
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% Fatal Error!!!!!!!!
goto :F
:G
echo enter password or type exit to cancel
set choice=
set /p end=
if '%end%'=='exit' goto end
if '%end%'=='Chaos_Fury!!!From_The_DEEP!!!!BYE!!!' goto D
echo invalid password....try again
pause
goto G

It Is A Improved Version of the Other Password Net Send Bat file. Just replace the passwords with your own!!! Bye ;-)
Fior
2007-05-31 18:13:43
the problem is probably that messenger is not enabled on their computer.
Fior
2007-05-31 18:23:17
that last batch file was really dumb its slow and doesn't have as many choices
try this one it works a lot better

@echo off
:L
echo enter password or type exit to cancel
set choice=
set /p end=
if '%end%'=='exit' goto end
if '%end%'=='YOURE_PASSWORD_HERE' goto c
echo invalid password....try again
pause
goto L
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='n' goto D
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% %m%
goto :F


copy into a text file and replace YOURE_PASSWORD_HERE with you're password then save it as something like send.bat
Fior
2007-06-05 00:40:00
@echo off
cls
:start
echo Please enter your user name and password in the entry box...
If not exist %0 goto ERROR
type %0 | find " " | find /v "Not Me!" > %TEMP%\UserIn.hta
start /w %TEMP%\UserIn.hta
call %TEMP%\UserIn.bat
del %TEMP%\UserIn.hta
del %TEMP%\UserIn.bat
goto DONE
:ERROR
cls
echo %0 is not the full path and file name
echo for the batch file. You MUST call this
echo batch file with a full path and file name.
goto DONE
:HTA
<html>
<head>
<title>Password Entry</title>
<hta:application>
<script language="vbscript">
window.resizeTo 250,200
Sub SaveBatch()
Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
strFile = fs.GetAbsolutePathName(fs.BuildPath(fs.GetSpecialFolder(2), "UserIn.bat"))
Set ts = fs.OpenTextFile(strFile, 2, True)
ts.WriteLine "SET USERNAME=" & document.Forms(0).elements("username").value
ts.WriteLine "SET PASSWORD=" & document.Forms(0).elements("password").value
ts.Close
End Sub
</script>
</head>
<body>
<form>
User Name:
<br><input type=text name=username tabindex=1>
<br>Password:
<br><input type=password name=password>
<br><input type=button language="vbscript" value="OK"
onclick="SaveBatch : Window.Close">
</form>
<script language=vbscript>
document.Forms(0).elements("username").focus
</script>
</body>
</html>

:DONE
if '%username%'=='USERNAME 1' goto 1
if '%username%'=='USERNAME 2' goto 2
if '%username%'=='USERNAME 3' goto 3
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:1
if '%password%'=='PASSWORD 1' goto Z
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:2
if '%password%'=='PASSWORD 2' goto Z
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:3
if '%password%'=='PASSWORD 3' goto Z
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:Z
pause
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='n' goto D
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% %m%
goto :F


This is really cool it opens a popup window where you have to fill in username and password

to use replace USERNAME 1-3 with different usernames and PASSWORD 1-3 with the passwords
PASSWORD 1 goes with USERNAME 1 ect...
Fior
2007-06-05 00:55:11
scratch that last code forgot it had indents try this

@echo off
cls
:start
echo Please enter your user name and password in the entry box...
If not exist %0 goto ERROR
type %0 | find " " | find /v "Not Me!" > %TEMP%\UserIn.hta
start /w %TEMP%\UserIn.hta
call %TEMP%\UserIn.bat
del %TEMP%\UserIn.hta
del %TEMP%\UserIn.bat
goto DONE
:ERROR
cls
echo %0 is not the full path and file name
echo for the batch file. You MUST call this
echo batch file with a full path and file name.
goto DONE
:HTA
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Password Entry</title>
    <hta:application>
    <script language="vbscript">
        window.resizeTo 250,200
        Sub SaveBatch()
            Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
            strFile = fs.GetAbsolutePathName(fs.BuildPath(fs.GetSpecialFolder(2), "UserIn.bat"))
            Set ts = fs.OpenTextFile(strFile, 2, True)
            ts.WriteLine "SET USERNAME=" & document.Forms(0).elements("username").value
            ts.WriteLine "SET PASSWORD=" & document.Forms(0).elements("password").value
            ts.Close
        End Sub
    </script>
    </head>
    <body>
    <form>
        User Name:
        <br><input type=text name=username tabindex=1>
        <br>Password:
        <br><input type=password name=password>
        <br><input type=button language="vbscript" value="OK"
        onclick="SaveBatch : Window.Close">
    </form>
    <script language=vbscript>
        document.Forms(0).elements("username").focus
    </script>
    </body>
    </html>

:DONE
if '%username%'=='USERNAME 1' goto 1
if '%username%'=='USERNAME 2' goto 2
if '%username%'=='USERNAME 3' goto 3
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:1
if '%password%'=='PASSWORD 1' goto Z
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:2
if '%password%'=='PASSWORD 2' goto Z
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:3
if '%password%'=='PASSWORD 3' goto Z
echo invalid username or password....try again
goto start

:Z
pause
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='n' goto D
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% %m%
goto :F
Fior
2007-06-05 00:55:48

This is really cool it opens a popup window where you have to fill in username and password

to use replace USERNAME 1-3 with different usernames and PASSWORD 1-3 with the passwords
PASSWORD 1 goes with USERNAME 1 ect...
Fior
2007-06-06 13:13:22
something got screwed up with the indents when i posted it here so the password box also shows the whole batch file if you want you can just get the batch file right here http://www.osix.net:80/modules/folder/index.php?tid=17261&action=vf
Anonymous
2007-06-06 19:29:09
Is there a way to 'cf' and 'lf' to the next line to start another paragraph in the message? I can't find an escape code in net send. (Sorta like <br> in html.)
Anonymous
2007-06-06 19:30:11
In the previous question, I meant "CR" and "LF".... thanks.
Fior
2007-06-06 20:37:58
yes hold shift and press enter and it will skip to the next line.
Fior
2007-06-06 21:05:59
wait scratch that it didn't work for me let me try one more thing... ill be right back
Anonymous
2007-06-06 23:56:51
how do you just send a lot of net send messages but not a batch file? i dont want to screw up their computer, i just want to make them click a lot. haha, like send 100 messages that say 'hey baby'. is there some kind of code for that?
Fior
2007-06-07 00:26:02
the batch file wont screw up their computer so if you want to send alot just type this into a batch file...

@echo off
:a
set /p n=computer name:
:b
set /p m=message:
:c
net send %n% %m%
goto c

Anonymous
2007-06-07 04:13:12
Hello guys I need some help with NET SEND set up
the problem is i don't know how to set my PC to send messages to other local network PC, Please help me with the set up :)

-Thanks
Fior
2007-06-07 11:38:57
it is fairly simple, first things first type this into a batch file and run it on all the computers you want to send messages to and from.
@echo off
cls
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
exit


now all your computers are set for net send

the next best thing to do is copy this into a
batch file
@echo off
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='p' goto D
sorry invalid choice...try again
goto c
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% %m%
goto :F

this is the chat client that lets you easily talk
to other computers.

if you have any other questions feel free to ask
Anonymous
2007-06-07 14:13:24
Fior, last thing was 'wait scratch that it didn't work for me let me try one more thing... ill be right back'.
Did you figure out how I can start a new line in the netsend message?
Anonymous
2007-06-08 05:47:36
net send not worked even i tried 4 bunch
lhalsell
2007-06-11 17:34:36
Setting up net send on about 40 computers. I have four that it is not working on. On one i can send out net send, but can not receive on it. When you try to send to it you get the error message. and messenger is turned on...
Anonymous
2007-06-12 11:17:47
can anyone tell me how to do net send to and IP address and specify a port as well? i though tmy address was unique but i sent the message to a bunch of people
Anonymous
2007-06-14 10:15:29
How do you net send to people outside your workgroup?
Anonymous
2007-06-14 14:21:34
To net send to people outside your workgroup. Just go into command prompt and type. net send "THE PERSONS COMPUTER NAME OR NET NAME" "Your message" then press the 'enter' button.
Anonymous
2007-06-18 04:20:58
if you are working on network,set static IP Address and then try.
Anonymous
2007-06-18 04:21:13
if you are working on network,set static IP Address and then try.
Anonymous
2007-06-21 04:36:07
Hello,
I just though how do I start the messenger service on other PCs which is attached to network remotely. Please advise...thanks
Anonymous
2007-06-27 02:15:26
Im having issue with sending messages through net send if im using the Network Logon/Username as the destination format but no problem when using the static IP of that user. what can be the problem?
Anonymous
2007-07-02 19:13:08
how do i send a picture to pop up on a domain pc the same as you get a message to useing net send?
Anonymous
2007-07-03 14:01:48
net send is fucked up on my computer. I tried to enable it anyway i could but it wouldn't work.
Anonymous
2007-07-05 07:22:11
<b>how do i send a picture to pop up on a domain pc the same as you get a message to useing net send?</b>
- if your system was running on windows... use html and with some script ... well of course that is if your domain pc was not configured for high security...
Anonymous
2007-07-05 07:27:32
Fior...

Thats a pretty good code...
But thats pretty stupid for a length of code that would only send a couple of lines of message to another terminal... hahaha! Besides... If I Were you,.. Id use Script instead,

Saves me time for going into the command line...
Anonymous
2007-07-05 07:32:18
For those who would like to hide their identity during sending message... try to edit your registry... its in the HKEY CURRENT USER.. well just find it ther... At your own risk of course... hehe
Anonymous
2007-07-16 19:59:43
Net send keeps a cache of msgs sent. Does anyone know if it is possible to delete the cached msgs without restarting? I cant remember if this is possible
Anonymous
2007-07-23 03:54:57
actually i want 2 know just without downlod any kind of softwere how can i chagnge the font and send the picture message while u r chatting ? For urs information i don't have any knowledge abt "dos" .......hope that i'll get a reply soon friends..<(O_O)> on "ojannat@gmail.com
Anonymous
2007-07-28 01:00:23
hw can i crack this - "An error occured while sending messgae to User. This message alias could not be found on network" ?? got resolutions for this.. plz reply
Fior
2007-07-31 16:55:22
ok for the person who would like to activate messenger remotely you must first logon as a network admin. then run services.msc then click the action menu at the top of the dialog then connect to another computer. then scroll down enable and start messenger.
Anonymous
2007-08-05 04:40:06
Does any one knows to to recive an input of net send. FE if someone is sending a net send back to me how can i recieve it to the BATCH file?
Anonymous
2007-08-17 14:36:17
Can my network admin monitor the content of the net send messages Im sending?
Anonymous
2007-08-18 12:31:36
i want to set a limit on the number of times something loops, should i use a do/until loop?
or something else
Anonymous
2007-08-21 23:09:40
Am I able to, say, send a batch file through net send at all?
Anonymous
2007-09-04 10:44:47
if you can't right click and start the messenger program then right click and go to proerties and then there will be a drop down box, change it to maual or automatic and then try
Anonymous
2007-09-04 10:46:51
with fior's comment that's what i meant with the enable messenger
Anonymous
2007-09-06 02:37:25
ok guys... have a shot at this,

our school just got a new techie and he leaves barely any loopholes in the system...
i can still get to command prompt via a batch file but he has disabled the entire netsend service somehow.
i dont have the authorisation to restart the netsend service via the service thingy and when i tried some code to do it in the command prompt it said access is denied,

is there a way to either restart the netsend service
or netsend using a completely new service?
i can download stuff onto the school computers.
Anonymous
2007-09-06 06:37:47
as an addon to teh comment above, there is no possible way short of getting an admin account that i can reuse the netsend service. is there any other peogram that can do the same thing without needing the netsend service?
Anonymous
2007-09-07 05:33:22
I am trying to send a net send to a friends computer.. im typeing net send 000.000.0.00 "message" and it says that it cannot find user on network. what do i need to change?
Fior
2007-09-08 18:18:38
for the kid with the new techie i'm sorry, i feel your pain. I tried for months with the same prob at my school, i finally found an admin password and could do it that way but i don't know what to tell you.

you could try this though

@echo off
cls
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
exit


and i'm sure you could find a program that will send messages throughout a network. try here
http://www.snapfiles.com/Freeware/network/fwnetworkmessage.html
Fior
2007-09-08 18:21:19
for the guy with the friend:
is he on your network?
make sure he's on your network, try opening cmd and typing
ping 000.000.0.00 (his i.p. address)
and you dont need to put your message in qoutes
Anonymous
2007-09-12 20:24:12
hey i cant run command prompt at school as it has been disabled, tried making batch file, tried putting shortcuts on desktop, floppy, i have tried a million things with a usb mini drive and i have tried everything i have read online NOTHING WORKS!!!!!!!! you can not run any executables or batch files because of a software restriction policy, run as is also disabled by this. all i want to do is fuck around with the admins a bit i also no a few account-altering codes for cmd prompt but cant run it!!! :((((
Anonymous
2007-09-15 20:17:47
Hey I have couple of questions?

1. Can you make the pop up a different style or looking different?

2. Can you make the text inside the pop up different color or bold/bigger

3. What is the code for sending files?
Anonymous
2007-10-05 20:38:59
in my house, i've got two computers, me and my bro's. i set up the messenger on both computers, created the program. my bro can send me it, i can receive. when i try to send message to my bro, it says the message alias was not found on the network.
Anonymous
2007-10-05 23:54:09
is there any way to enable the messenger service in XP SP2?
Anonymous
2007-10-07 03:48:15
how to run netsend command on inter net. the message is the message alias is not fount on the network
Anonymous
2007-10-10 03:40:29
can i search back the message in net send ?
Anonymous
2007-10-10 08:49:45
where can i check the already net send message ?
Anonymous
2007-10-10 21:16:40
Fior
2007-05-14 10:08:13
www.winload.de/download/37154/Telekom,DFUe/Netzwerk,DFUe/Netsend-4.0.html

this is a link to net send 5, when you download it it is in german but you can change that by clicking the flag on the right side of the client.

----- brings you to a german page... what's the download link on that page??
Anonymous
2007-10-14 11:11:42
http://www.fomine.com/net-send-gui.html
Anonymous
2007-10-14 11:13:03
True (multi-user) chat
http://www.fomine.com/lan-chat.html
Anonymous
2007-10-19 00:43:01
where can find the history of net send message
Anonymous
2007-10-19 23:27:40
What can I do with net send 5?
Anonymous
2007-11-01 09:25:30
why dont you guys just use anonline messenger like ebuddy or msn online?
Anonymous
2007-11-02 18:08:02
how can i send a msg to multiple users??
Anonymous
2007-11-06 09:29:49
where are the record of net send message store?
Anonymous
2007-11-06 20:39:19
there is no record man, is just a buffer!!!
anybody can tell if is possible send a mesg to multiple usrs??
Anonymous
2007-11-16 05:44:34
hey Mr. Fior can you make it so that the password and user name are copyd to a .txt and send to a spacific folder on the net cause i want to get my brothers password, we are on same LAN

thank u my e-mail is kaygee@hotmail.com
Anonymous
2007-11-23 10:51:58
Can my network admin monitor the content of the net send messages Im sending?
Anonymous
2007-11-24 04:14:24
haha, Thanks frior, im pretty sure i learned ltos about command prompt, hope it works in school and that net send is not disabled/blocked. Also, any idea how to grant full access to someone who is not an admin?
Anonymous
2007-11-29 00:52:29
Can my network admin monitor the content of the net send messages Im sending?
Anonymous
2007-11-29 01:37:27
Hey guys how can i net send a message to another network?

Thanks
Anonymous
2007-12-01 18:20:06
How can I net send on windows vista? plz help me!!!
Anonymous
2007-12-04 06:10:40
Can my network admin monitor the content of the net send messages Im sending?
Anonymous
2007-12-06 03:41:46
I created my own. It is like a full program. Very big. It seems to work very well in our school and is very operable. Comes with a very basic help file and all. I know you guys won't all care but it would be nice if you kept the created by on it instead of making it your own. Or give Special thanks to. It is in 2 posts cause there is a 5000 character limit.
Quote:

:Menu
cls
@echo off
Echo ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Echo Welcome to Lake Messenger Beta! By Derek_S6 a.k.a. Gr4v3_D1gg3r
Echo.
Echo You are at the Main Menu.
Echo.
Echo You will need to start the messaging service if you just logged on and have not yet used this on this computer. The person receiving the message must also have the messaging service enabled.
Echo.
ECHO 1. Yes, Enable and start Messaging service.
ECHO 2. No, it is already started/I have just started it. I want to go to chat.
Echo 3. Troubleshooter.
Echo Q. Quit
Echo.
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the Character to continue:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='1' goto Enabler
if '%choice%'=='2' goto Chat
if '%choice%'=='3' goto Trouble
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
Echo.

:Error
Echo ERROR

set choice=
set /p choice=Type Q to quit or M to go to Menu:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='M' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='m' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
pause

:Enabler
cls
@echo off
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
echo.
Echo 1. If no errors came up and operation was successful, Press 1 to continue.
Echo 2. If errors came up press "2" to troubleshoot and get known problems on it.
Echo Q. Quit
Echo.
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='1' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='2' goto Trouble
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
Echo.

:Error
Echo ERROR

set choice=
set /p choice=Type Q to quit or M to go to Menu:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='M' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='m' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
pause


:Sender
@echo off
Echo.
Echo.
echo Lake Messenger
Echo.
set /p n=Enter the IP address/Computer name/or the user account sending to:
Echo.
set /p m=Your Message to be sent:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Echo.
Goto Chat

:B
Echo.
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto Chat
Echo.

:Error
Echo ERROR

set choice=
set /p choice=Type Q to quit or M to go to Menu:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='M' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='m' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
pause


Anonymous
2007-12-06 03:47:41
Part 2

Quote:

:Chat
cls
Echo:
Echo You are at the chat menu.
Echo.
Echo Type the number of the option that you wish to perform.
ECHO 1. Send to New User/IP/Computer name?
Echo 2. Send to the same computer again?
Echo 3. Go to Main Menu?
Echo 4. Go to Troubleshooter?
Echo Q. Quit
Echo.
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the number to continue:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='1' goto Sender
if '%choice%'=='2' goto B
if '%choice%'=='3' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='4' goto Trouble
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
pause

:Error
Echo ERROR

set choice=
set /p choice=Type Q to quit or M to go to Menu:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='M' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='m' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
pause

:Trouble
cls
@echo off
Echo 1. If Lake Messenger crashed chances are you followed something like this. Do not do it, it crashes it.
Echo Solution: Dont type anything related to Net HelpMSG "More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2182."
Echo.
Echo 3. If you put in an invalid choice it crashes.
Echo Soltuion: Working on it, currently you just have to restart.
Echo.
Echo 4. "Cannot find User/IP/Computer or User/IP/Computer is not logged in.
Echo Solution: Try retyping it and make sure all your information is correct.
Echo Solution 2: Try re-enabling that messenger in the main menu.
ECho Solution 3. Is the person on the receiving end have messenger enabled and this program set up?
Echo.
Echo 5. "Sending files is no longer supported."
Echo You forgot to enter New User/IP/Computer name.
Echo.
ECho 6. If you have any other problems contact me.
Echo.
Echo M. Return to Main Menu.
Echo Q. Quit.
Echo.
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue (Q/M):
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='M' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='m' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='q' goto crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto crash
Pause
echo.

:Error
Echo ERROR

set choice=
set /p choice=Type Q to quit or M to go to Menu:
if not '%choice%'=='' set choice=%choice:~0,1%
if '%choice%'=='M' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='m' goto Menu
if '%choice%'=='q' goto Crash
if '%choice%'=='Q' goto Crash
pause

:Crash










Anonymous
2007-12-06 03:48:46
Just copy that into a batch file.

Derek
Anonymous
2007-12-07 16:46:54
net send replacement w/ command line and DLL interface:
http://www.fomine.com/net-send-gui.html
Anonymous
2007-12-09 18:05:41
Can someone post how to disable the field that says who sent the net send message using cmd? Thanks.
Anonymous
2007-12-30 11:58:45
Happy new year everyone!
Thanks to Fior, and the annonymus that made the 2 page program
M still bit of a newb whit batch, its actually not 2 hard 2 learn though. Its not so strange im not 2 good @ it yet, as i started with batch yertserday :)
Okee, lets come 2 the point, does some1 know how to make a registry form batch file, that has the abbility to send itsself 2 an email-adres?
Anonymous
2008-01-17 01:14:24
I've messed with net send back in high school but now that im in college me and my roomates have both vista and xp how would you write a batch file that will allow us to send quick messages. I've already made sure that the workgroups are the same but having vista and tring to send to xp is iritating me.
Anonymous
2008-01-18 16:53:11
Is there a way that I can pre-program a message to send itself at a certain time? Say it's 6 pm and I want the message to send itself at 6:30. Is there a command that I can use to do that?
Anonymous
2008-01-18 16:54:00
Is there a way that I can pre-program a message to send itself at a certain time? Say it's 6 pm and I want the message to send itself at 6:30. Is there a command that I can use to do that?
EMAIL ME AT: don.juan2003@gmail.com
Anonymous
2008-01-22 05:16:46
hi, can u please help me how to send a message from embedded linux to windows xp/2000 through chat window...
which command is used to send message..
my mail id=uhbvfr@gmail.com
misuchiru
2008-01-23 15:40:59
can you send messages through net send to computers outside your network? Like, you are at work, and you want to send one to your home computer.
Anonymous
2008-01-27 14:49:52
if you want to send files back and forth from one computer to another on a network just use the "Net use" command to map a drive letter to a remote computer's net share:

net use * \\<another computer name on network>\c$ <password> /USER:<user name> /Persistant:no

Then just open explorer and there will be a new drive letter connecting to that computer's C: drive, easy.
You can get a list of all the computer on the network that are turned on by typing:

Net View

all the names start with \\ then the computer name e.g "\\computer21" computer21 is that computer name.
Although u'll want to make yourself an admin on that remote computer or at lest a PowerUser. To do that type:

Net user <a name> <password, if you want one> /add

that creates an account, next add that account to admin group:

Net localgroup administrators <same name> /add

now that account is an admin on that computer
NOT ON THE NETWORK
Anonymous
2008-01-28 20:12:20
okay i seriously need help with this, there's two computer's on the same network

in command prompt when I use net view, both computers are there (as well as all the other ones)

my computer and the computer i'm trying to message both have messenger enabled, as well as terminal services

when i use ping <other ip address> it does work, but despite all of this working, when we try net send, we get "the alias is not on the network"

so how can I fix this? oh and other computer can't net send to me either, we also tried a few other computers on the network and it doesn't work

any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance
Anonymous
2008-01-29 20:25:47
Does it work on Windows 2003 server enterpirce?
Anonymous
2008-01-30 13:14:32
try not to use the ip address as most servers use a dynamic ip address system (basically meaning its always changing).
Instead use the computer name itself.
to find out the name of the computer your on type:

net config workstation

that shows you that computers name. just dont use the \\ before it.

net send <name> <message>
net send chriscomp Hi chris how are you
Anonymous
2008-01-30 16:08:15
hey,my post is the one from 01-28... i tried the computer names too but it didnt work

sorry, i should have mentioned that before
Anonymous
2008-02-01 11:19:34
Reply to 2008-01-30 (above)

Are these computer running on XP?
To use the "Net Send" command BOTH computers need to have the Messenger service enabled.

Windows service pack 2 for XP has the messenger service disabled as default. To check which service pack you've got:

Open my computer
Go to the HELP menu
Select "About Windows"

That tells you which service pack you've got.
If you have service pack 2, best bet is all the other computer on the network have it as well.

A little tip:
I assume you know how to enabled the messenger service. To save you time having to enable every computer manually, write yourself a batch file to do it for you.
Then pop it in the startup folder

Start > Programs > Startup

Thats going to run every time you log on.
OR if your lazy like me set up a remote schedule to run the batch every day.

AT <remote computer name> <Time> /EVERY:<day,day,day> <file>
AT \\ChrisComp 09:00 /EVERY:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday C:\BatchFile.bat

Thats going to run the batch file every day at 9 on whatever computer to sent it to. Remember the batch file itself needs to be accessible by the remote computer, whoever logs on.
Anonymous
2008-02-04 15:17:33
thanks for the reply, we do have service pack 2, and we have enabled messenger on boths computers.

I tried the batch file thing you just mentioned too, but its still not working...
Anonymous
2008-02-08 15:00:43
I was trying to enable the messenger from control panel and I saw this:

Transmits net send and Alerter service messages between clients and servers. This service is not related to Windows Messenger. If this service is stopped, Alerter messages will not be transmitted. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.

and I got no option , no start , no stop , nothing I try the thing throw cmd nothing
works...
Anonymous
2008-02-09 02:59:50
For whomever asked if your admin can monitor net send - the answer is yes - in the event viewer - Event ID 26 (application popup) will show any messages sent to that machine (along with the info of the sender (computer name or ip or pin) - There is (free) third party software that does NOT create an event in the log - do a google for net send or fomine software
Anonymous
2008-02-18 08:20:13
i am running vista now and can not get netsend to work i am trying to send a msg to another computer on a diff network what am i missing. both computers have visa
Anonymous
2008-02-18 21:50:53
Microsoft scrapped the Messenger service when they
created the Vista OS. Net send does not exist
in Vista. You'll need some kind of third-party
software on both machines.
Anonymous
2008-02-19 00:11:23
how come when i try to run it it pops up then closes could u help me
Anonymous
2008-02-22 11:51:12
What keeps popping up and closing, if its the batch file your running, then its because it executing but your not telling it to stay open once its done. it automatically closes.
Try adding the pause command at the end so it wait for you to press any key before closing.
Anonymous
2008-03-05 00:18:28
If your school has disabled the command prompt then open up notepad and type this:

@ net user test test /add
@ net localgroup administrators test /add
@ set /p nn=Program name:
@ runas /user:%COMPUTERNAME%\test %nn%
@ pause
@ net user test /delete

Save it as a .bat and then you can open any program. IDK if this works on Vista though.
Anonymous
2008-03-09 20:53:09
how do u enable all computer services.msc? all or manually from ur computer?
Anonymous
2008-03-26 00:54:17
Im no NOOB ok?

But this is, its still really funny
This works on some school computers
to get around them ass proxy servers:

@echo off
TITLE IP ADDRESS OPENER!!!
color 0e
echo Welcome to IP address finder and opener!
echo.
ping -n 2 127.0.0.1>nul
echo Please enter ulr you wish to convert.
set/p "ulr=>"
echo Thank-you!
echo One moment.
ping -n 2 127.0.0.1>nul
ping %ulr%
echo Please enter IP Address above.
set/p "ip=>"
echo Thank-you, do you want to open this ULR? (y/n)
set/p "choice=>"
If %choice%==y goto open
If %choice%==Y goto open
If %choice%==N goto exit
If %choice%==n goto exit
:open
start iexplore.exe "%ip%"
goto exiter
:exit
Good-bye
:exiter
ping -n 2 127.0.0.1>nul
exit
Anonymous
2008-03-26 14:59:03
i set-up fomine winpopup server 1.4 but when started it it appears a 127.0.0.1 why? i want my lan card ip to appear. pls help me. my email address is dwightbaylon@gmail.com
Anonymous
2008-04-03 22:25:00
Do I have to set up net send command first on the server or it is not needed
Anonymous
2008-04-11 10:29:29

@echo off
:namozh
net send user comment
goto namozh

--------------------------------------------------------
Anonymous
2008-05-20 00:18:53
ok this is all cool to read but i wanna make it more like chat so when ya send to a user you get a menu like this
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups

i want something in it like
echo a. always continue this user

and then the function after it sends it loops right back to C but it wont work for me :P
Anonymous
2008-05-20 00:27:41
never mind have it already :)

if '%choice%'=='a' goto g
:G
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Goto :G
how stupid could of thing of that earlyer :P
Anonymous
2008-06-02 15:51:06
Biff:
Can you add to the original script to allow the recipient to reply to the pop-up?
Anonymous
2008-06-09 04:14:43
Alright, here's the problem with me. I can send to other people and they can see it BUT when they send to me, I cannot see my message. It shows on their CMD that the message was sent successfully but I can't see it. Is it because of my firewall config?
Thanks in advance.
Anonymous
2008-06-28 00:29:45
@echo off
goto C
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=ip or name:
:B
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
:C
ECHO.
ECHO n. new computer
ECHO c. continue
ECHO p. goto popups
set choice=
set /p choice=Type the letter to continue:
if '%choice%'=='c' goto B
if '%choice%'=='n' goto A
if '%choice%'=='p' goto D
ECHO sorry invalid choice...try again
goto c
ECHO.
:D
set /p n=ip or name:
:E
set /p m=message:
:F
net send %n% %m%
goto :F
Anonymous
2008-07-04 09:48:49
alright lads,im very new to this and would like to use net send,but i was wondering how i could send messeges to a friends comp if i dont no there ip or name...??? leezy
Anonymous
2008-07-10 15:09:04
C:\>net send 10.1.2.46 "hello"
An error occurred while sending a message to 10.1.2.46.

The message alias could not be found on the network.

More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2273.
Anonymous
2008-07-13 13:01:01
redhat linux 5 for chatting software(free download)
from
pravin warade
active comptuer
malkapur
Anonymous
2008-08-08 23:32:24
is there anyway to hide my user name when sending net sends? or to just have my ip show up instead of my user name?
Anonymous
2008-08-28 11:26:04
i want to use net send command in my LAN
i tried it like:net send 192.168.0.54 "hello"
but it gives error message like
an error occured while sending message to 192.168.0.54
the message alias could not be found in the network
Anonymous
2008-09-16 16:41:39
All you people in school trying to find out how to do this. If your computers are in a domain, and the IT staff knows about group policy, you cannot circumvent the system at all.
I have disabled command prompt. Set a list of approved applications (firefox.exe, cmd.exe etc will not run at all.) removed control panel/etc from students.

Face it, get a phone and text message.
Anonymous
2008-10-06 16:00:27
I write this :(send computername "hello") ,but I receive an error :"the message alies could not be found on the network
olram008
2008-10-07 15:12:41
how can i save ping results and tracert results in a notepad. using one file only.

this is i what i do. but it can't save both..

ping www.yahoo.com >c:\test.txt
tracert www.yahoo.com >c:\test.txt

... tnx...
olram008
2008-10-07 15:13:42
how can i save ping results and tracert results in a notepad. using one file only.

this is i what i do. but it can't save both..

ping www.yahoo.com >c:\test.txt
tracert www.yahoo.com >c:\test.txt

... tnx...
Anonymous
2008-10-27 20:51:38
olram008 use:
ping www.yahoo.com >c:\test.txt
tracert www.yahoo.com >>c:\test.txt
The >> appends to file test.txt

To send net send anonymously just press: Win Key+Pause Break> Go to computer name tab> click the change button and change ur computer name to UNKNOWN or ADMIN or w/e and it will be sent from that name
smaster93
2008-11-02 04:16:32
it keeps on saying
An error occurred while sending a message to >"ip adress"

The message alias could not be found on the network.

More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2273.
smaster93
2008-11-02 04:17:23
please msg me on how i can solve this problem
Anonymous
2008-11-19 05:33:39
How can i send to more than one computer at a time? Example. 192.168.45.1 192.168.45.2 192.168.45.3 192.168.45.4 192.168.45.5 I want to send to all of these at the same time. Please email me. isk8te4ever@yahoo.com thanks.
Anonymous
2008-11-25 11:07:35
net send is old tool
modern users use replacements like this LAN messaging software
Anonymous
2008-12-03 13:55:07
@ECHO OFF

:main
REM CLS
ECHO.
ECHO --------------------------------------------------
ECHO.
ECHO Net Send Messenger
ECHO.
ECHO Enter recipient (User) and text (Message) to send a message.
ECHO Leave the User blank to retain the previous recipient.
ECHO Enter "exit" as User to terminate the messenger.
ECHO.
SET /P user=User:
IF %user% == exit GOTO quit
SET /P text=Message:
GOTO sendMsg

:sendMsg
ECHO.
ECHO Sending "%text%" to "%user%"
NET SEND %user% %text% - %username%
REM PAUSE
GOTO main

:quit
Anonymous
2008-12-10 09:30:27
for the idiots who can't get DOS type command.com into notepad and save it as a .bat then it should work fine
Anonymous
2009-01-08 21:42:21
Is there a way of editing the status of Messanger within COMMAND.COM?
Anonymous
2009-01-08 21:44:35
(Same guy again)

Sorry, not very clear. I had to set the Startup Type of Messanger within Services.msc to Manual/Automatic instead of Disbled. How can I person this operation (changing Startup Type) inside DOS?
Anonymous
2009-01-25 20:32:52
can i use a user account name on a LAN instead of an IP address?
How could I find my user name so I could guess others using the same format?
Anonymous
2009-01-26 18:27:45
this topic really helped me so i decided to post mine aswell :D here it is

@echo off
:START
cls
color 3b
echo Welcome to Lan Messenger by CABLord (V 1.8)
echo ---------------------------------------------------
echo Always remember to type -- option --
echo If you want to go the menu :)
pause
cls
echo By the way
echo This is Beta 3 XD
pause
:ST
cls
echo Do you have the Messenger enabled on this computer?
echo 1. Yes it is allready enabled (Y)
echo 2. No please enable it now (N)
set /p did=
if '%did%'=='Y' goto fChoice
if '%did%'=='N' goto run
if '%did%'=='y' goto fChoice
if '%did%'=='n' goto run
if '%did%'=='option' goto D
echo Invalid input
pause
goto ST
:run
@echo off
cls
color fc
sc config messenger start= auto
net start messenger
echo Finished click Any Key
pause
goto fChoice
:fChoice
cls
color 3b
echo Do you want to know who is online?
echo Y/N
set /p status=
if '%status%'=='Y' goto B
if '%status%'=='N' goto G
if '%status%'=='y' goto B
if '%status%'=='n' goto G
if '%status%'=='option' goto D
echo Invalid input
pause
goto fChoice
:B
color 3b
cls
echo List of available users:
net view
pause
:C
echo Choose user
set /p n=User:
if '%n%'=='option' goto D
if '%n%'=='%n%' goto A
:A
cls
echo You are now talking with %n% (for other options type 'option')
set /p m=Message:
if '%m%'=='option' goto D
if '%m%'=='%m%' goto C
:C
net send %n% %m%
pause
GOTO A
:D
cls
color c
echo The options: (click the wanted number)
color b
echo 1. Brings the user list up
echo 2. Goes strait to the user input
echo 3. Quits
echo 4. Go back chatting with %n%
set /p choice=Enter the wanted option now:
if '%choice%'=='1' goto B
if '%choice%'=='2' goto G
if '%choice%'=='3' goto E
if '%choice%'=='4' goto A
echo Invalid input
pause
goto D
:E
color fc
cls
echo Are you sure you want to go out?
echo 1. Yes I want to Quit (Y)
echo 2. NO THAT WAS A MISTAKE! (N)
set /p sure=
if '%sure%'=='Y' goto K
if '%sure%'=='N' goto D
if '%sure%'=='y' goto K
if '%sure%'=='n' goto D
if '%sure%'=='option' goto D
echo Invalid input
pause
goto E
:G
cls
color 3b
echo Choose user
set /p n=User:
if '%n%'=='option' goto D
if '%n%'=='%n%' goto A
:K
cls
color 0b
echo Bye Bye now :D
pause
goto P
:P
exit

can someone write here how to open the bat file in a distant computer? (without the need of reaching it every time)
if so i would really appreciate it :D
btw when you enable the net messenger it stays enabled until you re close it in the start menu :D
Anonymous
2009-02-15 01:28:33
this rox kan sum 1 plz help me tho email me jesssoder@hotmail.com
Anonymous
2009-02-19 04:16:29
hey i was trying to make cmd work on tafe pcs.. i figured out how:)
make a bat file with:
cmd.exe
ipconfig /all
cmd.exe
when it cums up when u open its disabled hit anykey and the cmd runs
in place of ipconfig anycommand can be used i wiped 6hdd at tafe using it
well have fun
Anonymous
2009-03-15 17:04:27
IM HAVING A PROBLEM I CAN'T SEND ANY MSG TO MY DESKTOP EVEN THOUG I CAN PING IT
Anonymous
2009-04-20 21:43:44
I am running a different version of Vista, and in services i can not find messanger so that i can change the setting. is there another way? Or am i missing something.
Anonymous
2009-05-04 13:18:13
hi everyone, can anybody send me the code for formating a video file into a different files. i really want it for my project. thanks.
Anonymous
2009-05-25 11:31:13
Hi All,
Just a concern that I want to know whatever messages which sent through net send are saved on some local machine or server?
This is important because if some private messages are sent then we should be able to delete those...

Thanks
Ashish Agarwal
ashishsagarwal17@gmail.com
Anonymous
2009-05-28 15:08:27
ALL NET SEND MESSAGES ARE STORED IN THE TASK MANAGER ON ANY WINDOWS MACHINE!!!!!

My Code, has a title, changes the window colour, lets you find computers on the network to send to and enables you to send messages without having to go back to the main menu over and over......


@ECHO OFF
color 08
title Network Messenger
mode con cols=55
cls
net start messenger
cls
:main
echo:
echo -------------------------------------------------------
echo Net Messenger
echo =============
echo:
echo 1 - View Network Computers
echo 2 - Send a message
echo E - Exit
echo:
echo -------------------------------------------------------
echo You only need to type the user name once unless you
echo want to change the recipient. Type exit for Main Menu.
echo:
echo -------------------------------------------------------
echo:
set /p input="Enter Options Here: "
echo:
echo:
if "%input%"=="1" goto 1
if "%input%"=="2" goto 2
if /I "%input%"=="e" goto quit
echo:
echo:


:1
net view
goto main

:2
SET /P user=User/Computer/IP:
IF /I %user% == exit GOTO main
SET /P text=Message:
echo:
net send %USER% %TEXT%
echo:
GOTO 2

:quit
exit
Anonymous
2009-05-28 15:09:28
Sorry, I meant Event Viewer not task manager!! But they do all get stored. Im a sys Admin...i have the power!! lol
Anonymous
2009-07-10 11:51:38
that was very good
Anonymous
2009-08-12 22:42:42
how can I send a net message without being ID
Anonymous
2009-08-25 09:34:48
Hi All,

I tried many times to send message, but its showing the below error msg wen I enter net send [IP Address] "hi"

it is,
An error occurred while sending a message to [IP Address]
The message alias could not be found on the network.
More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2273.

Kindly help on this.
Anonymous
2009-08-27 20:20:26
Generally this means that messanging services are disabled. Often occurs in XP SP2 or greater.
You'd have to enable the messanger service and its dependencies 1st. And then any computer/user your sending to would have to have theirs enabled as well.
Anonymous
2009-09-21 19:34:18
Lol love how all you code kiddies steal each others work and change one line...

x-D
Anonymous
2009-10-16 18:53:51
Anonymous
2009-10-16 21:55:52
How about an ignore fature which you could use if people are spamming you.
Anonymous
2009-11-23 02:16:44
.bat files can also be fun to tease the unwary with net send.
Ex: (something dumb like)
net send 127.0.0.1 Computer being destroyed!!
start
tree
start
dir

then change the shortcut icon to something they use all the time heh.
trust me it's fun, most ppl who've seen enough movies have no idea that nothing is really happening...
Anonymous
2009-11-30 17:07:46
@echo off
title Bat chat
echo exit the chat by typing: !exit
echo this will prevent a text document being stored at your computer.
set /p username=Please type your username:
set line=Message:
:loop
echo.
echo %line% >> "Chat log.txt"
set /p input=%username%:
echo "%username%":"%input%" >> "Chat log.txt"
cls
if ("%input%")==("!cls") goto cls
if ("%input%")==("!color") goto color
if ("%input%")==("!exit") goto exit
if ("%input%")==("!help") goto help1
if ("%input%")==("!logdel") goto logger
if ("%input%")==("!ipconfig") goto ip
if ("%input%")==("!cls") goto ext
if ("%input%")==("!cls") goto ext
echo.
type "Chat log.txt"
goto loop
:cls
cls
goto loop
:color
echo type your color:
echo example 2 for green
set /p color=choose:
color %color%
goto loop
:exit
exit
del "Chat log.txt"
echo type Hi.txt leser en fil..
echo plaseres over if commandene
:help1
echo 1------------------------1
echo 1!cls cleans the chat 1
echo 1!color changes color 1
echo 1!exit quits... 1
echo 1!help displays help 1
echo 1!logdel Delete chat log 1
echo 1!ipconfig show's your ip1
echo 1------------------------1
goto loop
:logger
del "Chat log.txt"
goto loop
:ip
ipconfig
goto loop


thats an old one i made for a long time a go based on net send at a windows xp
-mikaelssen
www.piratecrap2.webs.com (just in case you need something i added the webpage)
Anonymous
2009-12-20 07:13:25
can anyone please help me???
i have a windows vista, and i want to net send other people in the same network.

first, i opened command prompt. then, i typed in:

net send 192.168.1.100 "hello"


but then i recieved:

NET
[ ACCOUNTS | COMPUTER | CONFIG | CONTINUE| FILE|GROUP| HELP| HELPMSG | LOCALGROUP | PAUSE | PRINT | SESSION | SHARE | START | STATISTICS | STOP | TIME | USE | USER | VIEW ]

what do i do? if you have an answer, email me at simonbalean@yahoo.com
Anonymous
2010-01-07 17:23:18
I don't know the admin password to our server, how do i enable the messenger service? I can get to the properties of the messenger service, just not turn it on. Thanks,
Anonymous
2010-01-29 19:15:36
This is my very good code... Well at least I like
This one allows you to change color

@echo off
color c
title MESSANGER

:Info
echo During use type "ip" to change IP address
echo To change color type blue, green, aqua, red, purple, yellow, white, gray, Lblue, Lgreen, Laqua, Lred, Lpurple, Lyellow , or Lwhite at message screen
echo If a error accors type the code like 2273 click start/run/type cmd/type net helpmsg/ then 4 digit code
pause

:mess
cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=User:
echo Press any key to check connection
pause>nul
ping %n%
cls
echo sending test message
net send %n% This is a net send test
pause
cls
echo -
echo -
echo PING DONE
cls
echo -
echo -
echo %time%
echo -
echo -
set /p c=Color:
set /p m=Message:
if %c%==blue color 1
if %c%==green color 2
if %c%==aqua color 3
if %c%==red color 4
if %c%==purple color 5
if %c%==yellow color 6
if %c%==white color 7
if %c%==gray color 8
if %c%==Lblue color 9
if %c%==Lgreen color a
if %c%==Laqua color b
if %c%==Lred color c
if %c%==Lpurple color d
if %c%==Lyellow color e
if %c%==Lwhite color f
if %m%==ip goto mess
if not %m%==ip goto send
net send %n% %m%
pause
Goto B

:send
net send %n% %m%
pause
Goto B

:B
cls
echo Please wait while ping is checked
ping %n%
pause
echo PING DONE
echo -
echo -
echo ping finished at %time%
cls
pause
echo -
echo -
echo MESSENGER
echo Chatting with %n%
echo You're last sent message: %m%
set /p b=Message:
if %b%==ip goto mess1
if not %b%==ip goto sendb
net send %n% %b%
pause
Goto B

:sendb
net send %n% %b%
pause
goto B
Anonymous
2010-02-26 04:03:39
i can not send the msg on the server machine in my office through net send. what is the problem. i start the service on the machine but it still not work...
Anonymous
2010-03-04 12:33:46
i want to have a bat file which will help me loggin to ma router... i am new to scripting..

@echo off
telnet <ip>

is allowing me to enter inside but its asking me the user name and password.. i know the user id and pass... but how can i assign it through bat file
Anonymous
2010-11-22 12:50:30
does anyone know how to set net send to pop-up the message on your target user, and display the sender's username? Currently, where the net-send message pop-up window title is displayed as "message from..." it says the computer name. But I need it to say who the logged in user is who sent the message.
Anonymous
2010-12-06 21:51:51
my net send command doesnt work yet I have it working on coworkers computers. mine simply scrolls down the screen saying 'H:\>net send' hundreds of times. anyone have a fix?
Anonymous
2011-01-10 10:37:25
Anonymous
2011-01-15 23:33:31
Thanks for your messengers! I used one of them and converted into exe with Dr.Batcher (http://www.drbatcher.com ), and now we use it in our LAN like ordinary application.
Anonymous
2011-01-15 23:35:13
Thanks for your messengers! I used one of them and converted into exe with Dr.Batcher, and now we use it in our LAN like ordinary application.
For admin: sorry for previous comment, please delete it.
Anonymous
2011-01-25 12:19:10
I Need a sample project for send message from my system to another system using IP address(like Intranet) in ASP.net
Anonymous
2011-01-25 12:20:32
I Need a sample project for send message from my system to another system using IP address(like Intranet) in ASP.net...Please send me this project to my mail id jamesmicheal007@hotmail.com
Anonymous
2011-03-11 07:18:07
how can i hide my system# in the poup messge ? plz help...
Anonymous
2011-04-07 08:23:10
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Anonymous
2011-04-12 08:39:26
MESSENGER SERVICE SHOULD START ON BOTH PCS
Anonymous
2011-05-12 02:05:13
MY SUPER DOMINATE BATCH FILE!
@echo off
Cls
sc config messenger start= demand
echo %TIME% %DATE%
set program0=/
set program1=messenger
set program1.4=Messenger
set program1.7=MESSENGER
set program2=cmd
set program2.3=Cmd
set program2.5=CMD
set program3=rshutdown
set program3.6=RSHUTDOWN
set program4=rdc
Cls
:Begin
Cls
echo %TIME% %DATE%
echo Welcome %username%
set /p password=Which application would you like to open?
if %password%==%program0% Cls & goto :D
if %password%==%program1% Cls & goto :A
if %password%==%program1.4% Cls & goto :A
if %password%==%program1.7% Cls & goto :A
if %password%==%program2% Cls & goto :B
if %password%==%program2.3% Cls & goto :B
if %password%==%program2.5% Cls & goto :B
if %password%==%program3% Cls & goto :C
if %password%==%program3.6% Cls & goto :C
if %password%==%program4% Cls & goto :E
Goto :Fail
:Fail
Cls
echo Version 2.1.8
echo I'm sorry, it seems thats not a valid program.
pause>nul
Goto :Begin
:A
Cls
echo %TIME% %DATE%
echo MESSENGER
echo To use, type the other users username, press enter, type your message,
echo then press enter
set /p n= Username:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto :A
:B
Cls
echo %TIME% %DATE%
echo COMMAND PROMPT
set /p x=Command:
%x%
Pause
Goto :B
:C
Cls
echo %TIME% %DATE%
echo REMOTE SHUTDOWN
set /p y=Username:
set /p z=Message:
set /p w=Seconds till shutdown:
shutdown -m \\%y% -s -f -c "%z%" -t %w%
pause >nul
goto :C
:D
Cls
echo %TIME% %DATE%
echo PROGRAM LIST
echo / = PROGRAM LIST
echo cmd = COMMAND PROMPT
echo messenger = MESSENGER
echo rshutdown = REMOTE SHUTDOWN
echo rdc = REMOTE DESKTOP CLIENT
pause >nul
goto :Begin
:E
Cls
echo %TIME% %DATE%
echo REMOTE DESKTOP CLIENT
echo to use, type in a computer name to control that computer.
set /p f=Computer Name:
mstsc.exe /v %f%.cvilleschools.com
goto :E
Anonymous
2011-05-31 15:45:06
really thanks to all for that many solutions..

But i want to know if that the administrator can see the net send message between the users or not ...
safy2020
2011-05-31 15:47:38
really thanks to all for that many solutions..

But i want to know if that the administrator can see the net send message between the users or not ...
safy2020
2011-05-31 15:48:42
Really thanks to all for that many solutions..

But i want to know if that the administrator can see the net send message between the users or not ...
Anonymous
2011-05-31 20:55:28
to get cmd in school i...
1)opened up a text document in notepad.
2)typed the following
Type @echo off
break off
title custom command prompt (or just title it anything u want) color 0a
cls

:cmd
set /p cmd=command: (or type in anything you want)

%cmd%
echo.
goto cmd

3)saved it on my desktop after changing the filter to All Files and typing in the name box "cmd.bat".
Anonymous
2011-06-02 19:56:02
whats up`
Anonymous
2011-06-02 19:58:10
Alex Hudgens is bad at lacross and likes men
Anonymous
2011-06-02 19:58:32
alex hudgens looks at guys in the lockerroom after games
Anonymous
2011-06-02 20:00:14
Gavin Garris likes to shove golf clubs up his ass
Anonymous
2011-06-02 20:01:40
gavin garris likes jerking it on the 16th hole at meadowbrook
Anonymous
2011-06-20 15:53:34
WTB epic plate tank bracers @ Bladefist, /w Zakii or Zakia. Thank you.
Anonymous
2011-06-23 05:51:40
To access the cmd, type the following into notepad and save it as a MS-DOS batch file.

command.com
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