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How to find all the networked PCs ?

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I wonder is there a way / command to find out all the networked PCs

in LAN ?

If it could be done, then can we only find all the PCs in a specific group ?

For example, MIS workgroup, contains 3 PCs. From there, we'll trace out

those 3 PCs IP Address.

Is it possible to do so ?

I need your help and advise on this.

I'm stuck....

Thanks

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Oh yea, I have a level 93 avarian gumbo on runescape, but what does that have to do with the question?

the simple dos Net view provides a list, and can be used by domains. If you want more, there are most likely a few commandline programs that can be used.

I normally just port net view to a txt file and parse it to get my computer names.


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Net view works fine, but it shows only computers who are a in my domain or workgroup.

So i want also detect all the computers and network devices that are conneted to my hub/switch.

Anyone an idea how to fix this?

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Hi..

just type "net view /?" and you see all options you have..

there is an option /DOMAIN, witch returns all Domains.. and with /DOMAIN:domainname you get all PC in this domain..

..so just combine them.. write a clever script.. and you have it.. :-))

mfg Domonoky

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mine is just running a Workgroup (without domain).

if you use "Net View", it only shows the workgroup that I'm current in.

What i wanted is to view all of the workgroup, and Computer Name for

all the workgroup (if possible).

Any idea ? or third-party tools ?

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if you know your workgroup name

NET VIEW /domain:WORKGROUPNAME

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Thanks Larry..... I'll try it out ! :)

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