Can't use netsend on a win98 pc

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  1. a263

    a263 New Member

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    Whenever I try to send message using netsent I get
    missing netapi32.dll error. Is win98 unable to use
    netsend or I have to get this file from somewhere
    first. Kindly help. Thanks
     
  2. Tony11

    Tony11 New Member

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    You can try Messages Sender (http://www.themobiweb.com/en/MessagesSender.html), it's a very advanced tool on windows that let you send messages by net send in parallel from an ip range or from files, it allows also to save valid IPs etc.
     
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    You can try Messages Sender (http://www.themobiweb.com/en/MessagesSender.html), it's a very advanced tool on windows that let you send messages by net send in parallel from an ip range or from files, it allows also to save valid IPs etc.
     
  4. PatrickB

    PatrickB Well-Known Member

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    I know this is an old topic, but in Windows 98, isn't NetSend called WinPopup? If so, this is an option in Control Panel > Add Remove Programs > System Tools > WinPopup.

    -- PatrickB
     
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    <blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Control Panel > Add Remove Programs > System Tools > WinPopup<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></font id="quote"></blockquote id="quote">

    Control Panel > Add Remove Programs > Windows Setup > System Tools > WinPopup

    There is also a DOS NET command which is used with MODBOOTing for example. There is no NET SEND command seen at the DOS prompt when NET is entered but it may only show after one uses NET INIT and NET LOGON because I'm almost positive I've seen it.

    EdP