ColorConsole [Version 1.3.3000]
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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The syntax of this command is:

[username [password | *] [options]] [/DOMAIN]
        username /ADD [options] [/DOMAIN]
        username [/DELETE] [/DOMAIN]

NET USER creates and modifies user accounts on computers. When used
without switches, it lists the user accounts for the computer. The
user account information is stored in the user accounts database.

This command works only on servers.

username     Is the name of the user account to add, delete, modify, or
            view. The name of the user account can have as many as
            20 characters.
password     Assigns or changes a password for the user's account.
            A password must satisfy the minimum length set with the
            /MINPWLEN option of the NET ACCOUNTS command. It can have as
            many as 14 characters.
*            Produces a prompt for the password. The password is not
            displayed when you type it at a password prompt.
/DOMAIN      Performs the operation on a domain controller of
            the current domain.
/ADD         Adds a user account to the user accounts database.
/DELETE      Removes a user account from the user accounts database.

Options      Are as follows:

  Options                    Description
  /ACTIVE:        Activates or deactivates the account. If
                             the account is not active, the user cannot
                             access the server. The default is YES.
  /COMMENT:"text"            Provides a descriptive comment about the
                             user's account (maximum of 48 characters).
                             Enclose the text in quotation marks.
  /COUNTRYCODE:nnn           Uses the operating system country code to
                             implement the specified language files for a
                             user's help and error messages. A value of
                             0 signifies the default country code.
  /EXPIRES:   Causes the account to expire if date is
                             set. NEVER sets no time limit on the
                             account. An expiration date is in the
                             form mm/dd/yy or dd/mm/yy, depending on the
                             country code. Months can be a number,
                             spelled out, or abbreviated with three
                             letters. Year can be two or four numbers.
                             Use slashes(/) (no spaces) to separate
                             parts of the date.
  /FULLNAME:"name"           Is a user's full name (rather than a
                             username). Enclose the name in quotation
  /HOMEDIR:pathname          Sets the path for the user's home directory.
                             The path must exist.
  /PASSWORDCHG:   Specifies whether users can change their
                             own password. The default is YES.
  /PASSWORDREQ:   Specifies whether a user account must have
                             a password. The default is YES.
  /PROFILEPATH[:path]        Sets a path for the user's logon profile.
  /SCRIPTPATH:pathname       Is the location of the user's logon
  /TIMES:      Is the logon hours. TIMES is expressed as
                             [-time]], limited to 1-hour increments.
                             Days can be spelled out or abbreviated.
                             Hours can be 12- or 24-hour notation. For
                             12-hour notation, use am, pm, a.m., or
                             p.m. ALL means a user can always log on,
                             and a blank value means a user can never
                             log on. Separate day and time entries with
                             a comma, and separate multiple day and time
                             entries with a semicolon.
  /USERCOMMENT:"text"        Lets an administrator add or change the User
                             Comment for the account.
  /WORKSTATIONS:                              Lists as many as eight computers
                             which a user can log on to the network. If
                             /WORKSTATIONS has no list or if the list is *,
                             the user can log on from any computer.

NET HELP command | MORE displays Help one screen at a time.

The syntax of this command is:

[\\computername [/CACHE] | /DOMAIN[:domainname]]
NET VIEW /NETWORK:NW [\\computername]

NET VIEW displays a list of resources being shared on a computer. When used
without options, it displays a list of computers in the current domain or

\\computername             Is a computer whose shared resources you want
                          to view.
/DOMAIN:domainname         Specifies the domain for which you want to
                          view the available computers. If domainname is
                          omitted, displays all domains in the local area
/NETWORK:NW                Displays all available servers on a NetWare
                          network. If a computername is  specified, the
                          resources available on that computer in
                          the NetWare network will be displayed.
/CACHE                     Displays the offline client caching settings for
                          the resources on the specified computer

The syntax of this command is:

The following conventions are used to indicate command syntax:

-  Capital letters represent words that must be typed as shown. Lower-
  case letters represent names of items that may vary, such as filenames.

-  The [ and ] characters surround optional items that can be supplied
  with the command.

-  The characters surround lists of items. You must supply one
  of the items with the command.

-  The | character separates items in a list. Only one of the items can
  be supplied with the command.

  For example, in the following syntax, you must type NET COMMAND and
  either SWITCH1 or SWITCH2. Supplying a name is optional.
      NET COMMAND [name]
-  The [...] characters mean you can repeat the previous item.
  Separate items with spaces.

-  The [,...] characters mean you can repeat the previous item, but
  you must separate items with commas or semicolons, not spaces.

-  When typed at the command prompt, service names of two words or
  more must be enclosed in quotation marks. For example,
  NET START "COMPUTER BROWSER" starts the computer browser service.


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