How to Do Send Ns Messages Over a School Net

Intro: How to Do Send Ns Messages Over a School Net

Here is how to do lots of weird & annoying things over school net.
open run(start->run)type cmd.
follo instructions
ALTERNATE WAY TO GET A DOS PROMPT: Go to step 3.

Step 1: SEND Them

open notepad.
type (no quotes): "@echo OFF
:start
netsend /domain message goes here
goto start"
replace message goes here with a message.
save to the desktop as annoy.bat
run it
(netsend * sends to all on a network...........LOL!)

Step 2: BLOCK

HOW TO BLOCK-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
try cmd /d netsend
might not work

Step 3: MY DOS PROMPT

I created this dos thing (will explain over pm if u want, NOT JUST A PERSONALIZED THING.)
Kinda weird but u can use it.
also try typing "level1" (no quotes). It shows the star wars movie at towel.blinkenlights.nl:23

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    life-is-beautiful

    8 years ago on Step 3

    or to make it real easy just go to notepad and type in command.com
    and save as a batch. the only problem with this is that when you close it you get that annoying not responding thing. and it works on any network

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    account3r2life-is-beautiful

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    its not for "not responding", it says it needs more time to complete the operation, because you are supposed to use the command, "exit"

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    metrogdor22ReCreate

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    He typed it wrong. It's actually "net send". Here's a better(in my opinion). Just copy and paste it into Notepad, and save as whatever.cmd

    @echo off
    :Start
    net send /domain MESSAGE
    pause
    goto :Start

    This is a little different, in that it pauses(says "Press any key to continue" so that they dont get a full screen of the same thing, just as long as u keep pressing any key.

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    lanky.ninjaDYLEGO

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Is it possible for you to point more directly than google like an exact link, i've tried looking but can't find it :(

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    cammel8

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Not to be mean or anything but, how is this "almost anything with windows and cmd" ? seems to me it is "how to send an annoying message with the netsend command on an internal network".

    With a name like "almost anything" it might be helpful if you were to add commands you use at the run caommand.

    Like:
    CALC = calculator
    IEXPLORE = internet explorer
    SOL = solitaire game
    FREECELL = freecell game
    IPCONFIG = ip configuration utility
    MMC = Microsoft management console
    MSCONFIG = System Configuration Utility
    TELNET = telnet utility
    SYSDM.CPL = system proprties
    REGEDIT = registry editing tool
    CLEANMGR = cleanup utility
    FIREFOX = firefox browser (if you have it installed)

    And then explain how to use them contextually, like:
    telnet 192.168.1.1
    (will allow you to telnet into a router with the ip adress 192.168.1.1)

    Or if you want to be more specific and actually want just cmd commands list them like:

    ADDUSERS = Add or list users to/from a CSV file
    ARP = Address Resolution Protocol
    ASSOC = Change file extension associations
    ASSOCIAT = One step file association
    AT = Schedule a command to run at a later time
    ATTRIB = Change file attributes
    BOOTCFG = Edit Windows boot settings
    BROWSTAT = Get domain, browser and PDC info
    CACLS = Change file permissions
    CALL = Call one batch program from another
    CD = Change Directory - move to a specific Folder
    CHANGE = Change Terminal Server Session properties
    CHKDSK = Check Disk - check and repair disk problems
    CHKNTFS = Check the NTFS file system
    CHOICE = Accept keyboard input to a batch file
    CIPHER = Encrypt or Decrypt files/folders
    CleanMgr = Automated cleanup of Temp files, recycle bin
    CLEARMEM = Clear memory leaks
    CLIP = Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard.
    CLS = Clear the screen
    CLUSTER = Windows Clustering
    CMD = Start a new CMD shell
    COLOR = Change colors of the CMD window
    COMP = Compare the contents of two files or sets of files
    COMPACT = Compress files or folders on an NTFS partition
    COMPRESS = Compress individual files on an NTFS partition
    CON2PRT = Connect or disconnect a Printer
    CONVERT = Convert a FAT drive to NTFS.
    COPY = Copy one or more files to another location
    CSCcmd = Client-side caching (Offline Files)
    CSVDE = Import or Export Active Directory data
    DATE = Display or set the date
    Dcomcnfg = DCOM Configuration Utility
    DEFRAG = Defragment hard drive
    DEL = Delete one or more files
    DELPROF = Delete NT user profiles
    DELTREE = Delete a folder and all subfolders
    DevCon = Device Manager Command Line Utility
    DIR = Display a list of files and folders
    DIRUSE = Display disk usage
    DISKCOMP = Compare the contents of two floppy disks
    DISKCOPY = Copy the contents of one floppy disk to another
    DISKPART = Disk Administration
    DNSSTAT = DNS Statistics
    DOSKEY = Edit command line, recall commands, and create macros
    DSADD = Add user (computer, group..) to active directory
    DSQUERY = List items in active directory
    DSMOD = Modify user (computer, group..) in active directory
    ECHO = Display message on screen
    ENDLOCAL = End localisation of environment changes in a batch file
    ERASE = Delete one or more files
    EXIT = Quit the current script/routine and set an errorlevel.
    EXPAND = Uncompress files
    EXTRACT = Uncompress CAB files
    FC = Compare two files
    FIND = Search for a text string in a file
    FINDSTR = Search for strings in files
    FOR /F = Loop command: against a set of files
    FOR /F = Loop command: against the results of another command
    FOR = Loop command: all options Files, Directory, List
    FORFILES = Batch process multiple files
    FORMAT = Format a disk
    FREEDISK = Check free disk space (in bytes)
    FSUTIL = File and Volume utilities
    FTP = File Transfer Protocol
    FTYPE = Display or modify file types used in file extension associations
    GLOBAL = Display membership of global groups
    GOTO = Direct a batch program to jump to a labelled line
    HELP = Online Help
    IF = Conditionally perform a command
    IFMEMBER = Is the current user in an NT Workgroup
    IPCONFIG = Configure IP
    KILL = Remove a program from memory
    LABEL = Edit a disk label
    LOCAL = Display membership of local groups
    LOGEVENT = Write text to the NT event viewer.
    LOGOFF = Log a user off
    LOGTIME = Log the date and time in a file
    MAPISEND = Send email from the command line
    MBSAcli = Baseline Security Analyzer.
    MEM = Display memory usage
    MD = Create new folders
    MKLINK = Create a symbolic link (linkd)
    MODE = Configure a system device
    MORE = Display output, one screen at a time
    MOUNTVOL = Manage a volume mount point
    MOVE = Move files from one folder to another
    MOVEUSER = Move a user from one domain to another
    MSG = Send a message
    MSIEXEC = Microsoft Windows Installer
    MSINFO = Windows NT diagnostics
    MSTSC = Terminal Server Connection (Remote Desktop Protocol)
    MUNGE = Find and Replace text within file(s)
    MV = Copy in-use files
    NET = Manage network resources
    NETDOM = Domain Manager
    NETSH = Configure network protocols
    NETSVC = Command-line Service Controller
    NBTSTAT = Display networking statistics (NetBIOS over TCP/IP)
    NETSTAT = Display networking statistics (TCP/IP)
    NOW = Display the current Date and Time
    NSLOOKUP = Name server lookup
    NTBACKUP = Backup folders to tape
    NTRIGHTS = Edit user account rights
    PATH = Display or set a search path for executable files
    PATHPING = Trace route plus network latency and packet loss
    PAUSE = Suspend processing of a batch file and display a message
    PERMS = Show permissions for a user
    PERFMON = Performance Monitor
    PING = Test a network connection
    POPD = Restore the previous value of the current directory saved by PUSHD
    PORTQRY = Display the status of ports and services
    PRINT = Print a text file
    PRNCNFG = Display, configure or rename a printer
    PRNMNGR = Add, delete, list printers set the default printer
    PROMPT = Change the command prompt
    PsExecv = Execute process remotely
    PsFile = Show files opened remotely
    PsGetSid = Display the SID of a computer or a user
    PsInfo = List information about a system
    PsKill = Kill processes by name or process ID
    PsList = List detailed information about processes
    PsLoggedOn = Who's logged on (locally or via resource sharing)
    PsLogList = Event log records
    PsPasswd = Change account password
    PsService = View and control services
    PsShutdown = Shutdown or reboot a computer
    PsSuspend = Suspend processes
    PUSHD = Save and then change the current directory
    QGREP = Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern.
    RASDIAL = Manage RAS connections
    RASPHONE = Manage RAS connections
    RECOVER = Recover a damaged file from a defective disk.
    REG = Registry: Read, Set, Export, Delete keys and values
    REGEDIT = Import or export registry settings
    REGSVR32 = Register or unregister a DLL
    REGINI = Change Registry Permissions
    REM = Record comments (remarks) in a batch file
    REN = Rename a file or files.
    REPLACE = Replace or update one file with another
    RD = Delete folder(s)
    RMTSHARE = Share a folder or a printer
    ROBOCOPY = Robust File and Folder Copy
    ROUTE = Manipulate network routing tables
    RUNAS = Execute a program under a different user account
    RUNDLL32 = Run a DLL command (add/remove print connections)
    SC = Service Control
    SCHTASKS = Create or Edit Scheduled Tasks
    SCLIST = Display NT Services
    SET = Display, set, or remove environment variables
    SETLOCAL = Control the visibility of environment variables
    SETX = Set environment variables permanently
    SHARE = List or edit a file share or print share
    SHIFT = Shift the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file
    SHORTCUT = Create a windows shortcut (.LNK file)
    SHOWGRPS = List the NT Workgroups a user has joined
    SHOWMBRS = List the Users who are members of a Workgroup
    SHUTDOWN = Shutdown the computer
    SLEEP = Wait for x seconds
    SOON = Schedule a command to run in the near future
    SORT = Sort input
    START = Start a program or command in a separate window.
    SU = Switch User
    SUBINACL = Edit file and folder Permissions, Ownership and Domain
    SUBST = Associate a path with a drive letter
    SYSTEMINFO = List system configuration
    TASKLIST = List running applications and services
    TASKKILL = Remove a running process from memory
    TIME = Display or set the system time
    TIMEOUT = Delay processing of a batch file
    TITLE = Set the window title for a CMD.EXE session
    TOUCH = Change file timestamps
    TRACERT = Trace route to a remote host
    TREE = Graphical display of folder structure
    TYPE = Display the contents of a text file
    USRSTAT = List domain usernames and last login
    VER = Display version information
    VERIFY = Verify that files have been saved
    VOL = Display a disk label
    WHERE = Locate and display files in a directory tree
    WHOAMI = Output the current UserName and domain
    WINDIFF = Compare the contents of two files or sets of files
    WINMSD = Windows system diagnostics
    WINMSDP = Windows system diagnostics II
    WMIC = WMI Commands
    XCACLS = Change file permissions
    XCOPY = Copy files and folders
    :: = Comment / Remark

    Then explain how to use them contextually like:
    ping 192.168.1.1 -t
    (allows you to ping the ip address 192.168.1.1 with an infinite amount of pings until you cancel it 'cntrl+c') [helpfull to ping a router untill it comes back online when rebooting.]
    ping 192.168.1.1 -n 3
    (same as above but allows you to set number of requests so if you forget to shut it off, it doesn't ping infinitely.)

    Just showing how to netsend is nice if it is the name of the instructable, but not if someone is expecting a list of stuff they could do.

    Like I said, I am not trying to be mean, merely trying to give some constructive criticism.

    Hope this helps in future structs...

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    schetleftcammel8

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    i'm copy-pasting that to a .doc file! lol i need the href-rence lol programming humor

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    ReCreatecammel8

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    ah yes taskkill.exe a way to close a program in gamemaker execute_prog(taskkill.exe,process name) it amasing how many thhings windows has built in