NET HELP COMPUTER: adds or deletes computers from a domain database. This command is available only on Windows NT Servers.


... The examples for the command "NET HELP COMPUTER"
... "NET HELP COMPUTER" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
... Important information, tips for the "NET HELP COMPUTER" command

The command: "NET HELP COMPUTER" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available

The examples for the command "NET HELP COMPUTER"

Here are examples of using the `NET COMPUTER` command in the Windows command line (`cmd`), along with detailed descriptions: Example 1: View local computer information

net computer

Description: This command prints basic information about the local computer, including the computer name, workgroup, and other relevant details. Example 2: View information about a specific remote computer

net computer \\RemoteComputerName

Description: This command allows you to view detailed information about a specific remote computer named "RemoteComputerName". This includes information such as the computer name, logged in user name, and connection status. Example 3: View information about all computers in a domain

net computer /domain

Description: Allows you to view information about all computers in the domain. The command outputs a list of computers, their status, and other relevant information. Example 4: Retrieve detailed information about a remote computer

net computer \\RemoteComputerName /detailed

Description: The `/detailed` option allows you to get additional, detailed information about a specific remote computer. This can include information about network shares, group memberships, and other details. Example 5: View information about all computers in a workgroup

net computer/workgroup

Description: This command prints information about all computers in the workgroup, including computer name and status. Example 6: Updating the Computer Name Cache Database

net computer /flush
**Description:**
The `/flush` command updates the computer name cache database on the local computer. This can be useful to ensure that the latest computer name information is retrieved.

These examples provide a variety of use cases for the `NET COMPUTER` command, from basic information about local computers to detailed information about remote computers in a domain or workgroup. Note that some options may vary depending on the version of Windows, and you can check the specific options by typing `net computer /?` in the command prompt.

"NET HELP COMPUTER" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19045.3693]
(c) Copyright 1985-2023 Microsoft Corp.

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The syntax of this command is:


NET COMPUTER 
\\computername 
  NET COMPUTER adds or deletes computers from a domain database. This 
  command is available only on Windows NT Servers.

\\computername    Specifies the computer to add or delete from
                  the domain.
/ADD              Adds the specified computer to the domain.
/DEL              Removes the specified computer from the domain.

Important information, tips for the "NET HELP COMPUTER" command

There is no specific "NET HELP COMPUTER" command. The `NET HELP` command is typically used to get help for the available `NET` commands. However, if you want specific information about a particular `NET` command, such as `NET COMPUTER`, you can use the `NET HELP COMPUTER` command. Here are some general points to keep in mind when using `NET HELP` together with a specific `NET` command: 1. Check syntax: - The `NET HELP COMPUTER` command or similar variants should give you information about the correct syntax of the specific command. Make sure you use the correct syntax. 2. Understand parameters: - The output of `NET HELP COMPUTER` will show you a list of available parameters and options for the specific `NET COMPUTER` command. Understand the meaning and usage of these parameters. 3. Check documentation: - If the help information is not enough, you can consult the official Microsoft documentation for the corresponding `NET` command. There you will find more detailed information and examples. 4. Check permissions: - Some `NET` commands require administrative privileges. Make sure you run Command Prompt as an administrator to access all necessary resources. 5. Compatibility with Windows versions: - Available options and behaviors may vary depending on the version of Windows. Make sure your commands are compatible with the specific version of the operating system. 6. Use test environment: - If possible, test the `NET` command in a test environment to minimize impact on the production environment and verify expected behavior. 7. Observe safety aspects: - Some `NET` commands may reveal security-related information or make changes. Use them carefully and follow your organization's security policies. For precise information, I recommend entering the specific `NET` command in conjunction with `NET HELP` in the command prompt to get context-sensitive help directly from the command line. For example: `NET HELP COMPUTER`.


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The command NET HELP COMPUTER - adds or deletes computers from a domain database. This command is available only on Windows NT Servers.

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