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Net Command


LimestoneRock

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Can anyone explain what "net command" is and why a box appears on booting asking me to say yes or no.

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ams4127

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Net command is something to do with networked computers. Is your machine networked?

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Devil Fish

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net command is generaly used to fix update or view network settings how did you come across it ?

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LimestoneRock

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Thanks for your responses. It started appearing suddenly on Friday and daily since then & when I boot the PC. I do have my PC & laptop in a network but, as it happens, they are rarely switched on at the same time. I do not get the "net command" box open on my laptop.

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Forum Editor

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Are you using the Windows 7 Administrator account?

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LimestoneRock

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No, or at least I don't think so. I never have to log in as I leave no passwords for booting - I am me and the administrator. This has been the same since I have owned the PC and yet it is only now that "net command" has started appearing.

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