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net view command to view a list of computer or network resources. NET VIEW displays a list of domains, computers, or shared resources available on a specific computer.

To use the net view command, follow this procedure

1. Click Start, point to All Programs, then point to Accessories, and then click Command Prompt.

2. At the command prompt, type the following, where ComputerName is the name of a specific computer whose resources you want to view, and DomainName is the name of the domain for which you want to view the available computers

net view \\ComputerName /domain :DomainName

Or, to display resources available on a NetWare network, type the following, where /network:nw displays a list of all available servers on a NetWare network, and ComputerName is the name of a specific computer whose resources you want to view

net view /network:nw \\ComputerName

net view command examples

If you use the net view command without command-line parameters, or with the /domain switch, a list of computers in the domain or workgroup is displayed. For example, to view a list of computers in your current domain or workgroup, type the following

net view

Or, to view a list of computers in the Sales domain or workgroup, type the following

net view /domain:sales

If you use the net view command with a computer name, a list of available resources on that computer is displayed. For example, to view the list of resources shared by the \\Production computer, type the following

net view \\production

Or, to view the list of resources available on the NetWare server \\Marketing, type the following

net view /network:nw \\marketing

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