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Using Net Send within Visual Basic

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My brain is about to explode,
I really can'y get my head around calling up the command prompt and using the net send command in visual basic .net any ideas , any work arounds?

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Shell("Net Send johnsmith Hello how are you")
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oh wait, I see .net, hold on.
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ProcessStartInfo myProcess_startinfo = new System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo("C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\net.exe","send x.x.x.x Hello World");

This on looks like it will also work.
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