The NET Command is used to manage File Shares, Printer Shares and sessions.
Syntax NET VIEW [\\computername [/CACHE] | [/ALL] | /DOMAIN[:domainname]] Key /ALL Display all the shares including the $ shares. /CACHE Display the offline client cache settings for resources on the specified computer. computername A computer whose shared resources you want to view. domainname The domain to view, by default all domains in the LAN.
Net View / ALL allows you to enumerate all the shares on a remote computer, similar to the ShareUI.dll utility that was available for Windows NT/XP.
Display a list of computers in the current domain:
List the File/Printer shares on a remote computer:
NET VIEW \\ComputerName
List the shares on a remote computer including hidden shares:
NET VIEW \\ComputerName /All
List all the shares in the domain:
NET VIEW /DOMAIN
To see a list of shares on a different domain:
NET VIEW /DOMAIN:domainname
List the shares on a remote Netware computer:
NET VIEW /NETWORK:NW [\\ComputerName]
Display a list of local shares, the Share Name, full path to the resource being shared and any comment/remark:
NET SHARE sharename
Some NET commands will require elevation.
“The belief that one's own view of reality is the only reality is the most dangerous of all delusions” ~ Paul Watzlawick
NET - Manage network resources
NET USE - connect to a file share (Drive MAP)
OPENFILES - List or disconnect open files, local or remote (requires elevation)
PsFile - Show files opened remotely
PsLoggedOn - Who's logged on
Equivalent bash command (Linux): users - Users currently logged in, who currently logged in