1. Gather the names of the users or computers in your personal or work network. 2. Open a command line window. 3. Type the command: “net send (user name or computer name) (Message you want to send).” without the parenthesis or quotations. Make sure you press the “enter” key once you finish typing so the command will run. Example: net send bob1 Howdy Bob! Don’t forget to take the dog out before bed! 4.You can also send messages to all users listed on the network by using the command: “net send /users (Message you want to send)” without the quotations and parenthesis. 5.Close command line by clicking the close box or by typing “exit” and pressing enter. Then you can wait for Bob or whoever you sent the message to receive a GUI with the message you created using command line.
Since the net send command line may not efficient and convenient for daily communication. Using a specified LAN messenger to transfer message is more popular today. Here is a comparison between the advantages and disadvantages of net send command line and LAN messenger.
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