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How to use MSG without admin right?

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Hi Expert,

We managed to use MSG as NET SEND replacement by
- enable Remote Registry
- AllowRemoteRPC to 1

Its worked on XP & Win 7 but only if the sender have the PC Admin access or admin right at the targeted PC.

The problem is IT Dept is not the one who going to use it.
This simple messenger utility will be use inside the FAB by engineer to broadcast massage to different area that running on XP & Win 7. Those engineer is from other dept so their access is limited. How to solve this issue?

I did evaluate a few third party software such Win Popup 3.0, winsentmessenger, Real popup, LANegram, Tonic but non of these is meet our basic requirement.
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Try LanTalk NET, I think that you need read-only mode:
http://www.cezeo.com/solutions/emergency-network-notifications/
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Since Net Send is build in so we prefer a freeware solution.

I did test the LanTalk but it not suitable with our FAB environment.
Most of the software including LanTalk base on login ID.

There are more than 200 PC inside the FAB login with a single shared ID.  We need something base on Computer ID & simple GUI like screen pop up only.

IM is like science rocket to our Operator because they are busy with the machine. Please help, thanks.
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Any update?
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LanTalk can use computer name instead of user name.  There are a lot more options available on request. However it's not free.
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Expert,

It does have an option for computername, IP Adress but it still cannot work with single shared login.
If 200 PC login with same login, 1 PC shown message box From "Computername", second client will prompt error "Another user on computer:"####" with IP "####" uses the same user name. Third PC & so on will shown same error.
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Because computer name option is not enabled. Contact LanTalk support for help.
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