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Win9x question

> I want my program to go out onto the local network to
> see 'who's there'?  

To find a Windows machine's name given its IP address:

   nbtstat -A <IPAddress>

To find the names of all the local Windows machines:

   net view

This is the same list you would see in Network Neighborhood,
except it will be in text with this command.

Jim Long
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