Broadcast Messages

Posted on 2003-03-14
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-03-19

Is there a way to send a Broadcast message to ALL Clients in a Windows 2000 Environment?

I've used the (net send) through DOS and also the Send Message in Computer Management.  But you manually have to add each individual client at a time, which is time consuming.

Is there a facility in Windows 2000/XP to do this?

Question by:canyouhacket
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hongjun earned 40 total points
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Thanks but I've already seen this. But I don't have Visual Basic :(


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Can I write this in Access?

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That project anwsered my question!

The correct syntax is

Net send * message

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