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net send /users sends twice

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Hi,
at 11:55 I sceduled a job (on the PDC) which starts a CMD file. In this CMD I send a message with   net send /users "5 minutes left"
This message is transmitted always twice. I guess to every user and every computer.
The option /users should send to the users only !?
Where am I wrong ?
I have NT4.0 plus SP2
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hovig earned 20 total points
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I think you are using two network protocols , such as for exaple NetBEUI and TCP/IP on the same LAN.
Our Server is in the same situation. And each time when net send command is done by somebody,  I recieve twice the same message.


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