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How do I get a list of all the computers on the domain into a list box.  I'm programming a shell to use with the 'net send' command in Windows NT and I don't know of a way to select a recieving computer.
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by:waty
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You can go to my website (see profile), you will find the need code to do what you want.
Or even, you can give me your e-mail, I can send the sources to you.

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by:Ra
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I found a net send program on your site, waty, but that's not what I'm looking for.  I can use the shell command to launch the net send already in NT but I just need to get a list of the computers I can sned the message to.  And I want to put that list into a list box or a drop down list box.
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Give me your e-mail so I can send it to you now, I have not put it on the site. I will add it to the site today or tomorrow.
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I paid 10 points for answer, can I get it?
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