copy to network comp. using command line

I want to copy a file from my computer to a network computer (both Win2k) and log in as neccesary using command line. I dont want additional tools, just what comes on every Win2k computer.
BobSamonikAsked:
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VICKRAMCommented:
try the NET USE command to first authenticate yourself and then u can copy it over as usual

C:\NET USE /?

NET USE [devicename | *] [\\computername\sharename[\volume] [password | *]]
        [/USER:[domainname\]username]
        [/USER:[dotted domain name\]username]
        [/USER:[username@dotted domain name]
        [[/DELETE] | [/PERSISTENT:{YES | NO}]]

NET USE {devicename | *} [password | *] /HOME

NET USE [/PERSISTENT:{YES | NO}]


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BobSamonikAuthor Commented:
"As usual" meaning
COPY file \\computername\dir
I cant check that but I think "\\computer\dir"-part will couse error
shaicCommented:
COPY file \\computername\dir   should work perfectly fine.
You can also try
XCOPY file \\computername\dir

Like vickram said, you might need to authenticate first.
VICKRAMCommented:
if UNC names like \\computername\dir   dont work
u will have to MAP them and use that mapped drive

vickram
BobSamonikAuthor Commented:
It really works!
I thought there was something more to using COPY with \\computername\dir as destination
A while ago (when I didnt need it) I read about that and tried to copy but if I recall right there was some command like 'COMPUTER' or something, I think it wasn't NET USE, ... or maybe it was .. never mind! This is all I need!
thanx
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