I want to use the NET SEND command to send a message from my machine to another in a local network. My machine is Windows 7 Home Premium, and I want to send a message to a Windows XP Home (SP2) machine. I know that NET SEND is no longer valid in Windows 7, so what can I use to communicate with Windows XP's NET SEND?
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Sysinternals PSTools may be of some use for pranks such as these.
I once combined PSExec with a burp prank exe to very great effect, right up until the branch managing partner (law firm!) walked round the corner at a most inorportune moment! O_o
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