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print or file create a list of workgroup PCs as displayed in Network Neighborhood

Posted on 2006-06-13
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I can easilly view the various workgroup PCs by clicking on Network Neighborhood. Is there a utility that will allow me to get a printout or capture it as a file so I don't need to type out all the computert names. Perhaps even a utility that goes even further and allows you to display sub items under the computers such as their shared folders and printers... XP-pro utility if possible but not fussed...
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from command prompt

net view > c:\computers.txt
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Cheers Jay70, Nice simple and concise...
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not a problem mate
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