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How can I view workgroups and domains from the command line (windows xp)

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what command will list the different domains on the microsoft windows network?
 is there a command that will list the workgoups for a given domain?  
I want to use how can i ping a computer by name that is on the same domain, but in another workgoup?
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Try NET VIEW for all computers on your domain, and NET VIEW /DOMAIN:domainname.xxx for all computers on domainame.xxx
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