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    Smile Visual Basic - LAN Message Program - Help

    Hello,

    I was wondering if anyone could help me produce a program.

    I was thinking along the lines of a program that would 'net send' the another computer on a LAN network but without using net send in the command promt.

    Does anyone know how I could get this to work with two text boxes, one for the PC name and the other for the message aswell as a button to send the message, displaying it on the other PC in a dialog box.?

    Source Code / Code Snippets would be a great help!

    Thanks.

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    Administrator disabled net send on your network then?

    It's easily googleable and there's plenty of other apps out there already that do exactly this...

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    Actually I'm an ICT administrator for a company.

    I want the ability to allow staff to chat to other people in other rooms on the network or request for help from their workstation.

    I would code my own program but I only know Visial Basic 2008 but I'm a bit rusty with that, so was just wondering if someone could help me.

    Thanks.

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    Intresting because googling your username turns up lots of profiles for a 15 year old... IT admin at 15? I'm slightly suspicious!

    As noted above there are lots of vb apps on the net to do this already just google it.....

    But if you arn't the administrator you may well be in violation of the AUP on your network, if you are the Admin why can't you just enable netsend?

    Jona

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    Hello Master Aubrey....

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    So?

    Who cares if I'm a gamer, who plays Counter Strike? No one!

    I came here for help, thats one of the reasons many people come here! To share / exchange and help.

    I was asking for help, would really like that.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaNocKziK View Post
    Actually I'm an ICT administrator for a company


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    This has made my day.

    At least use a different name!


    Kids these days.

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    Go back to school and do your work instead of trying to annoying people in your class with netsend if its banned then it's banned. They don't want you accessing it

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    Classic...Absolute Classic..That has been the best thing today

    Nice one Tech_guy

    Creative with the truth!!!! Bit rusty with vb 2008

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    LOL WOO techguy I think this young lad here got what they call OWNED!!!. Hmm you better hope your IT technicians don't use this website!

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    I'm glad I used a different name on this forum when registering. At least I don't have to worry about any interrogation and background checks.

    Good work tech_guy.

    Now can anyone help the OP bypass the security?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaNocKziK View Post
    Actually I'm an ICT administrator for a company.

    I want the ability to allow staff to chat to other people in other rooms on the network or request for help from their workstation.

    I would code my own program but I only know Visial Basic 2008 but I'm a bit rusty with that, so was just wondering if someone could help me.

    Thanks.
    I can't believe we have student here pretending to be an admin? Points for initiative there.

    Anyway if you are in fact an admin it sounds like you want an Instant Messaging Client / Server? Don't waste your time writing your own, use one that already exists.

    eg Pidgin, Jabber, IRC or for a more corporate feel Microsoft Office Communicator.

    Of course you will likely require admin rights to set these up.

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    Lewis Spriddle... previously banned for experimenting on school computers and was warned about emailing ICT staff on EduGeek, I don't think you have the right to come on here and bitch.

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